Hallie practices in the environmental and energy law fields. She represents electric utility and other clients on a range of compliance matters, including permitting, rulemaking, and enforcement actions. She also has experience in the areas of renewable energy, business transactions, and natural resource and land use planning. Hallie counsels clients on issues arising under the Federal Power Act, the Clean Water Act, the Coastal Zone Management Act, the Endangered Species Act, the National Environmental Policy Act and similar state and local regulatory schemes.
Co-authored a paper, "Using the Integrated Licensing Process: Lessons Learned", Hydro Review, April 2008.
Selected as a Rising Star in Environmental by Law & Politics and Atlanta Magazine (2007, 2009-2012).
Research Assistant, Rand Corporation, Washington, D.C. (Environmental Science & Policy
Project Coordinator, Science & Policy Associates, Inc., Washington, D.C. (1997-1998)
Paralegal, Land and Water Fund, Boise, ID (February 1997-May 1997)
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