Michael Gannon is a registered professional engineer in British Columbia since 1989 and a practicing lawyer in the Northwest Territories since 2004. He has worked as a geotechnical engineer, environmental geologist, a university and college lecturer, and energy management consultant. His work as an engineer and/or environmental geologist has taken him throughout Canada and to the US, Papua New Guinea, and Mexico.
Michael has taught ethics, law and professional engineering practice at the University of British Columbia. Most recently (Sept. 2013) he presented on professionalism and ethical decision-making at NAPEG's two-day seminar on law and ethics for engineers and geoscientists.
His law practice includes: human rights law, natural resources law, negotiation, administrative law, civil litigation, and wills and estates.
Michael has hands-on experience working with First Nations peoples of Canada and Papua New Guinea and is fluent in English and Spanish.