Stephen Lloyd was born and lives in Montreal, Quebec. He is a partner with and Canadian board member of the global law firm 大成 Dentons, practicing corporate commercial law, often involving the forest products sector. He also sits on various boards and acts as an advisor for a number of private family-owned businesses. In the field of conservation work, he sits on the board of American Friends of Canadian Nature. He was also for many years on the board of directors of The Nature Conservancy of Canada and served as Chair of their Quebec branch. He currently also serves as an elected councillor for the Town of Barkmere, a conservation-minded community in the Laurentians area of Quebec, in charge of planning and zoning issues. He has worked actively to reconcile commercial real estate interests and conservation priorities on the Island of Montreal, through his presidency of the 1000-member Association for the Protection of Angell Woods. His other not-for-profit contributions include acting as the long-time Vice-Chair for Bishop’s University, where he currently sits on the board of its Foundation. He also sits as a trustee of the McGill University Martlet Foundation and a member of the McGill Sports Hall of Fame committee, in support of elite athletics at McGill. He received a B.A. in Economics at Bishop’s University and his law degree at McGill and has three university-aged children with his wife Marie-Hélène Gauthier.