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Dentons, Ann Bigué, Montreal, CANADA

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Ann Bigué

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Work Department

Aboriginal Law (Canada); Environment and Natural Resources; Project Development; Public Law; Energy; and Mining

Position

Counsel

Career

Ann Bigué’s practice focuses on regulatory and aboriginal law, as well as energy and natural resources law and environmental assessment. Prior to joining Dentons Canada LLP, she practised for more than 25 years with other leading law firms in these areas of practice, after acting as Counsel to the National Energy Board in the early years of her career. She is Canadian Lead on the Global Public Policy and Regulation Practice (PPR) group, Canadian PPR Lead and Canadian Co-lead of the Aboriginal Law Group. Ann is also a member of Dentons Canada’s National Partnership Board and Dentons Global Board.

Read Anne's full biography here.

Languages

English, French

Member

Education

University of Ottawa, 1981, LL.M.
Dalhousie University, 1979, LLB
Universite de Montreal, 1974, LL.L
Collége Jean-de-Brébeuf, 1971, BA


Canada

Aboriginal law

Within: Leading individuals

Ann Bigué - Dentons

Within: Aboriginal law

Dentons moves up a tier on the back of superlative feedback, which highlights lawyers’ ‘deep strategic insight’ and ability to ‘find future-proofed solutions’. Among the names to note, counsel and group head Ann Bigué is ‘vastly experienced with in-depth knowledge’, and Alexandre-Philippe Avard is recommended for his ‘strong sense of information integration and growing knowledge’ – both are based in Montreal. Calgary-based regulatory expert Bernard J Roth is also a key contact. Representative clients include Conuma Coal Resources, Enbridge Pipelines and Syncrude Canada.

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