Jeremy Stewart specialises in international trade and investment, public law, and public international law.
Jeremy regularly advises government and corporate clients on a range of international trade and cross-border regulatory matters; including in relation to WTO law, free trade agreements (FTAs), customs and trade remedies. Jeremy was formerly a senior legal adviser at the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, where he appeared in WTO disputes and was New Zealand's lead legal counsel for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership FTA negotiations.
- Advising a government client on the negotiation and implementation of free trade agreements.
- Advising a government agency on the consistency of proposed regulations with WTO obligations, and obligations under FTAs and BITs.
- Advising a corporate client on the application of the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement and UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
- Advising a corporate client on the application of EU anti-dumping regulations.
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Career and qualifications
- University of Otago, LLB (First Class Honours) 2012
- University of Otago, BCom (Economics) 2012
- Admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand, 2012
- Bell Gully (Auckland), 2012 – 2014
- New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 2015 - 2018
- Columbia Law School, LLM (James Kent Scholar, Edwin Parker Prize in International Law) 2019
- Joined Clifford Chance 2019