Kevin R. Gray is an international trade lawyer employed with the Government of Canada. He has worked for 18 years at the Trade Law Bureau in Ottawa , with a focussed practice on WTO dispute settlement, international trade agreement negotiations, and advisory work.  His areas of specialization centers on the relationship between international trading rules and domestic measures including those concerning climate change, sanitary and phyto-sanitary health, intellectual property, Indigenous peoples, and government procurement.  Kevin has taught courses in international trade law, public international law, international environmental law, and climate change law at the University of Ottawa and Queens University (Summer International Law Program in Sussex, UK), as well as at several universities in the United Kingdom. He has a Masters of International Law (Merit) from the London School of Economics.  Prior to working for the Government of Canada, he has consulted for a number of international organizations, non-governmental organizaations, and research think tanks from around the world.  He is also one of the coaches of the University of Ottawa John Jackson WTO Moot team, which just won the international final round in June 2023.