Brigid Martin is an articling student at McMillan.
During her legal studies, Brigid was a Research Assistant and Associate Student Director on the Trade Law and Carbon Pricing Lab, the President of the International Law Society, and an avid mooter. She also volunteered with numerous organizations, including Pro Bono Students Canada and the New Brunswick Coalition for Tenants Rights.
Brigid holds a JD from the Faculty of Law at the University of New Brunswick, and an International Bachelor of Arts in French and Spanish from the Memorial University of Newfoundland. Before joining McMillan, she worked for the federal government, gaining experience in trade law and competition law.
Canadian and international businesses must file their first annual report on forced labour and child labour in supply chains by May 31, 2024.
Canada and the UK will maintain a strong trade relationship and preferential market access through a complex and expansive web of trade agreements.
The European Union's pathbreaking Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism expects Canadian exporters to closely monitor their embedded carbon in exported goods.
"Export Enforcement Five", which includes Canada, has released new guidelines aimed at limiting Russian export controls and sanctions evasion.
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