Terence Stewart

Mr. Stewart is the Managing Partner of Stewart and Stewart. Mr. Stewart’s practice focuses on international trade matters, notably: trade remedies, protection of trading rights within bilateral, plurilateral and multilateral fora (e.g., NAFTA, US-Korea, WTO dispute settlement), customs law, litigation and dispute settlement proceedings under trade agreements (WTO, NAFTA, other FTAs), negotiations (WTO, FTAs (e.g., Trans Pacific Partnership, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (US-EU)), International Services Agreement, Environmental Goods Agreement, Information Technology Agreement) and trade policy.

Mr. Stewart regularly reviews and analyzes policies and trends in international commerce and economics. He has written extensively on and edited numerous publications concerning international trade issues, including unfair trade laws, GATT/WTO issues, trade and investment, and trade relations with China and other trading partners. Among his more than 100 publications are The GATT Uruguay Round: A Negotiating History (1986-1992)(Vols. I-III); The End Game (Part I)(Vol. IV), widely cited in many WTO proceedings. Other notable publications that Mr. Stewart authored, co-authored, or edited include: Handbook on WTO Trade Remedy Disputes: The First Six Years (1995-2000) (Transnational Publishers, Inc. 2001), and Opportunities and Obligations: New Perspective on Global and U.S. Trade Policy (Kluwer Law International 2009).
Mr. Stewart is a frequent speaker at conferences in the United States and around the world. Mr. Stewart is a past President of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and is a past President of the Customs and International Trade Bar Association and has been a member of the Steering Group of the International Trade Committee of the American Bar Association’s International Law Section. He has served on the U.S. Court of International Trade Advisory Committee on Rules, including as its Chairman.
Mr. Stewart received his J.D., from Georgetown University, magna cum laude, his M.B.A., from Harvard University, and his B.A., magna cum laude, from the College of the Holy Cross.