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Attorney Advisor (General), GS-0905-12/15
The candidate will represent Agency in matters relating to its natural resource trustee responsibilities under CERCLA, OPA, and the NMSA and their implementing regulations and developing damage claims under those authorities. Will work with a team of Agency scientists, natural resource economists and restoration experts to assess the extent of injuries to Agency trust resources caused by the release of hazardous substances, the dis...
Duties: Establishes the requirements that each individual licensed by the Board must meet; the procedures for issuance and renewal of licenses; the rules of professional conduct; the standards of professional conduct; and the procedures for disciplinary action. Assists the Executive Director, the Board, and Board staff, with complex legal and policy issues that arise in the Board’s oversight of LSPs. Collaborate closely with Board members to support, enhance...
Environmental Litigation Attorney
The candidate should have 3-5 years of big case experience in the environmental litigation practice area. Prior litigation and civil procedure experience required, and experience in major environmental or super fund litigation preferred. Excellent academic credentials with proven skills in writing, analysis and research are required. MA Bar membership required.
Associate - Litigation (municipal / Regulatory / Environmental)
The candidate must have 2-4 years of pqe working on municipal, regulatory and environmental matters. Large or mid-size firm background experience is desirable.
Part-time Environmental Attorney
The candidate will assist a corporate legal department. Should have 7+ years of experience as an environmental attorney in the either a corporate legal department or law firm. Knowledgeable about air permitting, more specifically, greenhouse gas permitting is required. Must have stellar academic credentials from a top tier law school. Must active law license from the state in which reside.
Note: This is a temporary position.
Boston office of our client seeks land use attorney with experience in zoning, subdivision control, wetlands and related real estate transactional work, and a background in both permitting and litigation. The candidate must have excellent writing and research skills.
Associate - Environmental/ Land Use
The candidate should be mid-senior level associate with experience in complex environmental and land use matters including permitting, due diligence and counseling, and litigation.