Jonathan McGillivray

Associate

CONTACT INFORMATION

Main Tel: +1.647.208.2677
Emailjonathan@demarcoallan.com

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PROFILE

Jonathan McGillivray is an associate at DeMarco Allan LLP. He maintains a broad practice in all aspects of climate change law, energy law, and regulatory law. Jonathan assists Canadian and international energy companies on domestic and overseas renewable power projects, cleantech development, and clean energy finance, and has experience drafting power purchase agreements, bundled and unbundled REC agreements, offset and emissions reduction supply agreements, and green energy agreements. Jonathan has appeared on behalf of clients before administrative tribunals (including the Ontario Energy Board), the Ontario Court of Appeal, and the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.

 

Jonathan earned joint common law and civil law degrees from McGill University. Jonathan is a past editor of the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law and past co-chair of the Green Law Committee at McGill University. Jonathan earned a Master of Arts in climate science and policy from Columbia University and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in international development from the University of Guelph.

 

Jonathan sits on the board of directors of GreenPAC, a non-partisan, non-profit organization working to elect and support environmental leaders running for office. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2017 and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.

BAR ADMISSIONS

Ontario, 2017

EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) / Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.) – McGill University, 2016.

  • Masters of Arts (M.A.), Climate Science & Policy – Columbia University, 2012.

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Honours, International Development – University of Guelph, 2011.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • DeMarco, L. and McGillivray J. (2019) "Canada's Existential Crisis over Climate Change Regulation: Tempest in a Teapot?". Energy Regulation Quarterly (Volume 7, Issue 3) (Full Article).

  • DeMarco, L. and McGillivray J. (2018) "Canadian Carbon Pricing: Where Is It Going?". Energy Regulation Quarterly (Volume 6, Issue 3) (Full Article).

  • DeMarco, L. and McGillivray J. (2017) "The Elephant in the Room: A Foreign Perspective on Potential Trump Administration Approaches to US International Climate Commitments". IETA Insights, April 26, 2017 (Full Article).

  • Allan, T. and McGillivray J. (2017) "Undelineated Built-Up Areas: A Gap That Could Undermine the Growth Plan". Commissioned by the Neptis Foundation (Full Report).

  • Allan, T. and McGillivray, J. (2016) "REVving Up: Legal & Policy Changes to Support EV Uptake—Leader Jurisdictions”. Proceedings of the EVS29 Symposium (June 19-22, 2016) (Full Article).

SELECTED SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

  • McGillivray, J. (2019) Panelist: "Climate Policy Outlook: Common Ground or Battleground?", Hosted by International Emissions Trading Association, Sussex Strategy, ClearBlue Markets, PwC, Toronto, ON.

  • McGillivray, J. (2019) Guest Lecture: "Regulating the Low-Carbon Economy". Master of Engineering, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.

  • McGillivray, J. (2019) Speaker: "Carbon Finance Benefit-Sharing Agreements and Pathways to Carbon Rights". Forum: Exploring the Possibilities for Indigenous-led Conservation and Carbon Storage in Canada, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON.

  • McGillivray, J. (2018) Panelist: "Opportunities Across the Pond and Beyond". ESA Energy Storage 28th Annual Conference & Expo, Energy Storage Association, Boston, MA.

  • McGillivray, J. (2018) Guest Lecture: "The Legal Response to Climate Change and Carbon Pricing in Ontario". Environmental Applied Science and Management Program, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.

  • McGillivray, J. (2016) Guest Lecture: "Climate Change Law and Ontario's Cap and Trade Program". Environmental Applied Science and Management Program, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON.

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