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President

Local Address: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Governance and Legislative Reform Group
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • LL.B.
    Osgoode Hall Law School
  • Master’s degree
    Harvard University
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Conference Reports
www.federatedpress.com, 14 Nov 2012 [cached]
Margot Priest
Regulatory reform best practices: Reducing overlap, duplication and inconsistencies
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Margot Priest Environmental Protection Review Canada
Margot Priest is the President of the Governance and Legislative Reform Group Inc. in Ottawa. She has advised a number of federal and provincial departments on re-engineering, regulatory structure, the design of institutions and compliance systems, and audits in a legal environment. She offers advice on institutional design (including alternative service delivery mechanisms), governance and accountability systems and frameworks, the development of self-regulatory regimes and systems that use the private sector to achieve public policy objectives, instrument choice, codes of conduct, and consumer dispute resolution for the private sector. She has been a proponent of enhanced corporate governance systems and improved accountability in both government and the private sector. Her clients have included a number of government departments and agencies, as well as members of the private sector. She has also advised the Governments of Botswana and Trinidad and Tobago on a number of regulatory issues. In Trinidad and Tobago, for example, she has developed legislation dealing with data protection, electronic transactions and consumer protection.
She is currently the Chief Review Officer under the Canadian Environmental ProtectionAct; prior to that appointment, she was the Chair and Vice-Chair of two regulatory tribunals in Ontario, as well as the Chair of the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT), a national organization of members and staff of administrative tribunals. She was a member of the Communications Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and founding Chair of the National Institute for Administrative Tribunals. She has been active in the development of training and professionalization of tribunals and has taught "New Administrative Law" in the LLM Programme of Osgoode Hall Law School. She was awarded the 1997 Medal by the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators for her contribution to the Ontario administrative justice system. She is also the co-author of Directors’ Duties in Canada: Managing Risk (CCH Canada), the first edition of which was nominated for the Best Business Book of the Year award.
Prior to her appointments to Ontario tribunals, Margot Priest was a senior federal public servant and consultant. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the State Bar of California (inactive). She holds a Master’s degree from Harvard University, and an LL.B. and LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School. She has written and lectured on administrative law, governance and directors’ liability, telecommunications, regulatory policy and compliance, risk management, confidentiality procedures.
Margot Priest ...
www.pstgconsulting.com, 2 Jan 2006 [cached]
Margot Priest mpriest@pstgconsulting.com
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MARGOT PRIEST
Margot is based in Ottawa and heads up PSTG's Governance and Legislative Reform Practice.She has more than twenty years' experience as a senior civil servant, adjudicator and consultant.She has advised a number of federal and provincial departments on re-engineering, regulatory structure, the design of institutions and compliance systems, and audits in a legal environment.She is the co-author of Directors' Duties in Canada: Managing Risk (CCH Canada).The first edition of her book was nominated for Best Business Book of the Year in 1995.She evaluates the structures and governance practices of corporate boards and advises and develops the documentation and practices that are needed to implement good practices.She has also developed materials and carried out the initial and ongoing education of board members on their duties and responsibilities in both commercial and not-for-profit environments, including crown (parastatal) corporations.
In her extensive experience as a consultant and senior civil servant, Margot has been involved with legislative reform and review in a number of areas in Canada and internationally.She is currently the Chief Review Officer under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act; prior to that appointment, she was the Chair and Vice-Chair of two regulatory tribunals in Ontario, as well as the Chair of the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT).She was a member of the Communications Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and founding Chair of the National Institute for Administrative Tribunals.She was awarded the 1997 Medal by the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators for her contribution to the Ontario administrative justice system.
Margot is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the State Bar of California.She holds a Master's degree from Harvard University, and an LL.B. and LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School.She has written and lectured on administrative law, telecommunications, regulatory policy and compliance, risk management, confidentiality procedures, governance and directors' liability.
Chief Review Officer - Margot Priest
www.eprc-rpec.gc.ca, 24 Sept 2003 [cached]
Chief Review Officer - Margot Priest
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Chief Review Officer - Margot Priest
Margot Priest is the President of the Regulatory Consulting Group, Inc. of Ottawa.Since 1995, she has advised a number of federal departments and provincial ministries on re-engineering, regulatory structure, the design of institutions and compliance systems; she also has executed audits in a legal environment and management evaluations.She is an expert on the regulatory process, self-regulation, and governance and accountability of organizations operating with delegated regulatory authority.Among her articles in this area is "The Privatization of Regulation: Five Models of Self-Regulation" which was published in the Ottawa Law Review.
She has been the Chair and Vice-Chair of two regulatory tribunals in Ontario, as well as the Chair of the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT), a national organization of members and staff of administrative tribunals.She was a member of the Communications Committee of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) and founding Chair of the National Institute for Administrative Tribunals.She has been active in the development of training and professionalization of tribunals and has taught "New Administrative Law" in the LLM Programme of Osgoode Hall Law School.She was awarded the 1997 Medal by the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators for her contribution to the Ontario administrative justice system.In her capacity as a leader in the administrative justice system, she has testified as an expert witness before committees of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario and the Québec National Assembly.She lectures and writes extensively on administrative law and regulation; among the organizations she has addressed are the Canadian Bar Association, the Québec Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice.She is an active participant in continuing legal education and is the co-author of Directors' Duties in Canada: Managing Risk.
Prior to her appointments to Ontario tribunals, Margot Priest was a senior federal public servant and consultant, working with the Department of Justice, Treasury Board Canada, the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, the House of Commons and the Regulation Reference of the Economic Council of Canada.She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the State Bar of California and has degrees from Harvard University and Osgoode Hall Law School.
There is, however, sufficient evidence of ...
regulators.itgo.com, 1 Jan 1997 [cached]
There is, however, sufficient evidence of regulatory failures to indicate that the government cannot completely abdicate responsibilities to self-regulators in those areas where there is evidence of a regulatory problem that indicates the need for a government regulatory response. * * * RE AUTHOR:-- Margot Priest, Partner, Regulatory Consulting Group Inc., Ottawa.
Canada Transportation Act Review- Summaries
www.examenltc-reviewcta.gc.ca, 1 Jan 2001 [cached]
Regulatory Consulting Group Inc. (Margot Priest)
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