Teresa Chan is a Senior Attorney at ELI, where she works on a variety of domestic and international environmental law and policy issues. This includes working for the past four years to support effective restoration and recovery in the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Prior to joining ELI in 2009, Teresa worked as an associate in the New York office of Sidley Austin, and served as a law clerk for the judges of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto.
- Water: ocean and coastal law and policy (particularly as it relates to Deepwater Horizon), public participation
- International: enforcement
- Climate Change: policy
- J.D., University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 2003
- B.Sc.(Honours) with a subject of specialization in Environmental Biology, Queen's University, 1999
Environmental Law Institute & Tulane Institute on Water Resources Law & Policy, Funding Deepwater Horizon Restoration & Recovery: How Much, Going Where, For What? (2014) (contributing authors: H.J. Diamond, T. Chan, J. Austin, C. Dalbom, M.Davis).
Environmental Law Institute, Building Bridges: Connecting the Overlapping Goals, Resources, and Institutions for Gulf of Mexico Restoration and Conservation (2014) (contributing authors: D.Roche, J.Austin, T.Chan, H.J. Diamond).
Environmental Law Institute & National Law School of India University, Enforcing Hazardous Wastes Rules in India: Strategies and Techniques for Achieving Increased Compliance (2014) (contributing authors: M. Menon, M.S.S. Raj, T.Chan, J,Pendergrass, V.Pinkerton).
Environmental Law Institute, Co-Managing the Arctic Ocean and Coasts: How to Support Subshttp://www.eli.org/node/30919/editistence Uses in Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning (CMSP)(2011) (contributing authors: H.J. Diamond, T. Chan, K.J. Mengerink).
S. Schang & T. Chan, Federal Greenhouse Gas Control Options from an Enforcement Perspective, 2 San Diego J. Climate & Energy Law 87 (2010).