Washington, D.C. partner Laurence Kirsch was recently elected to the Environmental Law Institute’s Leadership Council, a group comprised of the most prominent environment, energy and natural resource leaders in the nation. Council members, recognized for their commitment to the vision of the Institute, play a role in focusing ELI’s efforts on environmental law and policy issues.
Kirsch, a partner in and chair of the firm’s Energy & Environmental Practice, is an environmental litigator, counselor and transactional attorney. His practice includes representation on matters involving Superfund air, surface water, groundwater, hazardous waste, sediments, toxic substances regulation and indoor air quality, among other issues. He has been recognized by both Chambers and U.S. News Best Lawyers.
The Environmental Law Institute is an internationally recognized, non-partisan research and education center dedicated to shaping the fields of environmental law, policy, and management since its establishment in 1969. The Institute delivers impartial analysis to opinion makers, including government officials, environmental and business leaders, and academics, both domestically and abroad.Read more about Kirsch’s appointment to the Leadership Council.