Zach Romano is a member of the firm’s Global Energy, Global Mining and Indigenous Law practice groups.
Within his corporate/commercial law practice, Zach has assisted clients with a range of transactions, including joint ventures, asset and share acquisitions and dispositions, reorganizations and other corporate proceedings.
Zach’s Aboriginal law and environmental law practice involves assisting clients with the negotiation of impact benefit and other agreements with Indigenous communities, as well as environmental assessments, permitting and regulatory issues that arise throughout the development of projects and operation of facilities.
Zach holds a Specialization in Aboriginal Law from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Prior to pursuing a career in law, Zach worked in the treaty department for an Indigenous government on Vancouver Island and as a statement gatherer for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. He is a former director of the Métis Community Services Society of BC and a citizen of the Métis Nation.