Jeremy Weinstein

Jeremy Weinstein

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Jeremy Weinstein is a leader and policy-shaper in the law of energy and environmental commodity markets, procurement, trading and financial derivatives. Mr Weinstein’s comprehensive understanding of the entire interlocking energy ecosystem gives him both a big-picture and a micro-detailed view of the complex issues at play, enabling him to represent his clients efficiently, proactively and effectively.

Mr Weinstein has an unrivalled understanding of the electric energy industry standard trading forms, having been a member and leader of the committees that drafted them. The official regulations under the Dodd–Frank Act cite more than 200 times effective comment letters he wrote or co-wrote. He has written more than 40 articles and book chapters on cutting-edge legal topics; publishers include Oxford University Press, the Financial Times, Energy Risk, Environmental Finance, and the Futures and Derivatives Law Report.

He holds three law degrees: a JD from the University of California; an MA in law from Trinity Hall, the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; and a BA, summa cum laude, from the University of California, Berkeley.

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