Director, Digital Data and Skills and Legal Counsel – Business Council of Canada
Trevor Neiman supports the Council’s policy work on the digital economy and skills development.
Prior to joining the Council, Trevor worked as a regulatory lawyer at an international law firm. He advised clients on federal and provincial regulatory matters in relation to telecommunications, broadcasting, privacy, cybersecurity and consumer protection. While completing his law degree, Trevor served as a legal advisor to a Canadian senator and to a bi-national regulatory agency. Before becoming a lawyer, Trevor worked in public policy in the Ontario Public Service, and as an advisor for the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
Trevor is a licensed lawyer and certified privacy professional. He holds several degrees and certificates, including a Bachelor of Arts (honours) in Political Studies and a Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University; a Graduate Certificate in Economics and Public Policy from Fudan University; and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law.