Roundtable II: Other stakeholders
Dec 17, 2018 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
Mr. Bamberger, a native of the US State of Alabama, holds a BA from the University of Alabama (Phi Beta Kappa), an MA in Foreign Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, and a JD from Harvard Law School, where he was an Editor of the International Law Journal. He has been a partner in a Boston-Washington law firm, a civil servant in the Office of the US Secretary of Defense, Assistant General Counsel of the US Department of Energy with responsibility for international affairs and emergency preparedness, and Chief Legal Counsel of the International Energy Agency in Paris. While at the Energy Department he led the legal work for the energy provisions of the US-Canada Free-Trade Agreement and the NAFTA, and while at the IEA he served as Chair of the Legal Advisory Committee to the ECT negotiations. Since retiring from the IEA he has worked as a legal consultant to the US Departments of Energy and Homeland Security and their supporting industry advisory bodies, and has been a consultant or witness in ECT investor-State arbitrations.