Senior Legal Counsel, Alstom
Amee Sandhu is Senior Legal Counsel at Alstom Canada, where she is the dedicated project lawyer for the Alstom scope of work on the multi-year and multi-billion dollar Go Expansion project – a project which will expand and electrify the Greater Toronto and Hamilton public regional transit system, Go Transit.
Prior to joining Alstom, Amee was founder and principal lawyer at Lex Integra PC, a firm that exclusively focused on business law and corporate ethics. Before founding Lex Integra, Amee spent several years at major engineering and construction companies with roles in legal, commercial, and integrity departments, including global head of compliance operations. She started her career on Toronto’s Bay Street.
Amee is a board member of Transparency International – Canada, and a long-standing member of their Legal Committee. Amee, along with two esteemed colleagues from TI-Canada, has been a Canadian expert for the global Transparency International Secretariat’s “Exporting Corruption” report.
She frequently speaks on corporate ethics, anti-corruption law, compliance programs, as well as diversity. In 2022, she taught an anti-corruption short course at McGill University’s Faculty of Law. In 2023, she will teach a short course on ESG law. She has guest lectured at several Canadian law schools and business schools on anti-corruption and business ethics.
Amee is a mentor to law students at the TMU’s Lincoln Alexander School of Law, as well as an instructor of business law to undergraduates. She has been an assessor or mentor to lawyer-candidates at TMU’s Law Practice Program since 2019.
She is on the roster of Climate Governance Experts at the Canada Climate Law Initiative, a joint project of the University of British Columbia and York University. She is also on the Law and Business Advisory Council at the Ted Rogers School of Management at Toronto Metropolitan University.
Amee has three ethics and compliance and anti-corruption certificates, as well as the ESG Competent Boards certificate. She was a contributor to the 2020 multi award-winning book, Great Women in Compliance.