As a partner in the firm’s Business Law Group, Selina practises environmental and Aboriginal law and advises on issues in the energy and natural resource sectors, including environmental assessments, project permitting, contaminated sites liability, compliance, and partnering with Aboriginal communities. Advises on regulatory matters in electricity markets, including mandatory reliability standards, procurement, load-shed services, and transmission must-run services. Selina’s practice also specializes in climate change law, where she provides strategic advice to clients on emissions trading, offset systems, carbon pricing and clean technologies. Trained in the ISO 14064-1 standard for Organization Level Quantification and Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Removal, she is widely published in the areas of carbon transactions and emissions trading, and has been endorsed as a leading Canadian environmental lawyer in PLC Which Lawyer? Environment Handbook. Admitted to the Ontario (2005), Alberta (2005), and British Columbia (2008) Bars and the Bar of England and Wales (2010).