Lisa Page 

Lisa Page

Ottawa
World Exchange Plaza, Suite 2000
45 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4

t: 613.691.6103
e: lisa.page@mcmillan.ca

overview

Lisa Page is an associate with McMillan’s Regulatory Group in Ottawa. Her practice focuses on international trade law, including import and export controls; economic sanctions and customs; and antidumping and countervailing trade remedies.

While completing her J.D., Lisa was a student fellow at TradeLab, the joint International Economic Law Clinic established and operated by the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University. She also worked as a policy analyst at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office in the Copyright and Industrial Design Branch. Lisa completed her articles at McMillan.

During her graduate studies, Lisa completed a major research project entitled “Deconstructing the Power of Global Trade Law: an Analysis of the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body.” In 2018, she presented a published report on the economic empowerment of women through inclusive laws, polices and international agreements at the Society of International Economic Law Global Conference in Washington. Lisa presented the same report later that year as a panellist at the Canadian Council on International Law Conference in Ottawa.

Education

  • University of Ottawa, J.D. - 2018
  • Queen's University, Master's Degree in Global Development Studies - 2015
  • Queen's University, Honours Bachelor of Arts: Political Studies and Global Development Studies - 2014

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Ontario bar - 2019

Practices

administrative law
anti-dumping and anti-subsidy remedies
customs regulation
import and export controls and permits
international economic and trade sanctions
international trade

Industries

applied technology
automotive
manufacturing, distribution and retail
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Lisa Page is an associate with McMillan’s Regulatory Group in Ottawa. Her practice focuses on international trade law, including import and export controls; economic sanctions and customs; and antidumping and countervailing trade remedies.

While completing her J.D., Lisa was a student fellow at TradeLab, the joint International Economic Law Clinic established and operated by the University of Ottawa and Queen’s University. She also worked as a policy analyst at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office in the Copyright and Industrial Design Branch. Lisa completed her articles at McMillan.

During her graduate studies, Lisa completed a major research project entitled “Deconstructing the Power of Global Trade Law: an Analysis of the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body.” In 2018, she presented a published report on the economic empowerment of women through inclusive laws, polices and international agreements at the Society of International Economic Law Global Conference in Washington. Lisa presented the same report later that year as a panellist at the Canadian Council on International Law Conference in Ottawa.