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Dr. Fenner Stewart is an associate professor at the University of Calgary. He has a Ph.D. in law from Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto), where he was an adjunct professor for four years. 

Dr. Stewart studies the challenges facing natural resource governance, including: decarbonization, obligations to indigenous populations, risk management, innovation and regulation, and public trust. His work addresses the public dimensions of natural resource regulation (such as energy federalism), the private dimensions (such as corporate responsibility), and the public-private dimensions (such as the roles of business, government, and civil society within risk governance networks). 

Dr. Stewart teaches Business Associations, the Dentons’ International Energy Law Study Tour, and Oil and Gas Law in the JD program, as well as an LLM seminar in advanced jurisprudence and legal philosophy. 

Fenner Stewart

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