Will is a recognized expert in environmental law and natural resources. For years he has been advocating for environmental protection and sustainable resource development – holding governments and corporations accountable to Canadians. He has also written numerous publications on various environmental law topics and has participated on a number of parliamentary committees. During his career, Will has worked in various legal areas throughout the private, public and non-profit sectors.
Prior to his election, Will was the regional director of a national environmental law charity, which offers legal advice free of charge to community groups and individuals regarding environmental matters. He also taught at the University of Ottawa and was a regular guest commentator in the national media, speaking on a range of issues.
Active in the community, Will has been a long-time boards of directors’ member for the Chelsea Foundation and Sierra Club Canada. He has also been a volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters and for Santropol Roulant. Will Amos holds a Bachelor of Arts and Science from McMaster University, a Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of British Columbia and a double degree of civil law and common law from McGill University.
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