Stacy J. Ettinger

Stacy J. Ettinger
Partner at K&L Gates

Stacy J. Ettinger is a partner in the Washington DC office of the global law firm K&L Gates, and co-leads the firm’s international trade practice. She has over 25 years of experience advising U.S. and foreign businesses and foreign governments on trade and investment legal, regulatory and policy matters. Stacy advises clients operating across a diverse range of sectors including manufacturing, energy (solar, wind, energy storage, LNG), and infrastructure. She also represents clients in regulatory matters before federal agencies, and advocates on their behalf before Administration officials and on Capitol Hill. Stacy joined K&L Gates in 2016 after serving for over nine years as senior legal and policy advisor to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. She also served as Chief Counsel of the Senate Rules Committee. Prior to her work in the U.S. Senate, Stacy was Associate Chief Counsel at the U.S. Department of Commerce and served for 15 years as a trade negotiator, legal and policy advisor, and litigator. Stacy is Trade Advisor to the Trans-Atlantic Business Council, a member of the KITA Washington Trade Advisory Committee, on the U.S. roster for USMCA Chapter 10 disputes, and a Board Member of the Trade Policy Forum.

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