Terence P. Stewart is the managing partner of the Law Offices of Stewart and Stewart, a 53-year-old Washington-based trade law and government relations firm. Stewart’s practice focuses on international trade, notably trade remedies, litigation, negotiations, and customs law. He has been involved in literally hundreds of trade remedy disputes in the United States and litigation before the US courts and dispute settlement proceedings under bilateral, plurilateral and multilateral agreements. He has helped shape trade policy on behalf of clients in Washington and Geneva. His firm filed the 301 petition for the United Steelworkers on green technology practices by the PRC in 2010 which has led to the discontinuance of selected prohibited subsidy programs by China. Mr.
Stewart is a keen observer and analyst of the trends and economic policies that are shaping global commerce. Among his over 100 publications is the most widely cited work in WTO proceedings, The GATT Uruguay Round: A Negotiating History (1986-1992)(Vols. I-III); The End Game (Part I)(Vol. IV). Mr. Stewart was an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center where he received his law degree. He holds an MBA from Harvard University and a BA from the College of the Holy Cross. He also received an honorary Doctorate from the Ukrainian Academy of Foreign Trade and an honorary Doctorate of political science from the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2009 he was awarded the Order of Merit of the 3rd Degree by the government of Ukraine.