1983, Colorado; 1988, District of Columbia and U.S. Supreme Court
Georgetown University, J.D., cum laude, 1983
Law School Graduation Year
Georgetown University, B.S.F.S., magna cum laude, 1979
Co-Author: TVA v. EPA: The Eleventh Circuit Invalidates a Key EPA Administrative Enforcement Mechanism - Parts I and II, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, September and October 2003; The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Examines the MACT Floor, Daily Environment Report, April 2002; Transportation Planning and Air Pollution: The Search for Common Ground, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel (Issues and Overview section), April 2001; D.C. Court Strikes EPA Ozone Rules, The National Law Journal, August 2, 1999; Harmon Industries, Inc. v. Browner: Does it Foreshadow the Demise of the EPA's Power to ‘Overfile’ State Enforcement Cases?, Environmental Law and Practice, Winter 1999; A Critical Review of the Environmental Protection Agency's Standards for Best Available Control Technology Under the Clean Air Act, Environmental Law Reporter, February 1990. Instructor, Legal Writing, 1985-1986, Director of Legal Writing Program and Adjunct Professor, 1986-1987, Vermont Law School.