Karlie is an associate in the Environmental and Natural Resources Practice Group. Karlie's practice focuses on representation of corporations, industry groups, and individuals in all aspects of environmental law. Most particularly, her practice includes regulatory compliance, rulemaking, permitting, defending federal and state environmental enforcement actions, and environmental litigation. Her expertise extends to a wide variety of environmental regulatory schemes, including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Air Act, and state counterparts.
Hollister A. Hill and Karlie S. Clemons, "EPA's Proposed Coal Ash Rule," 26 ABA Natural Resources & Environment, 52-54 (Fall 2011).
Hollister A. Hill and Karlie S. Clemons, "Georgia's Voluntary Remediation Program: Two Years Later," Perspectives on Georgia's Environment, State Bar of Georgia Environmental Law Section (Summer 2011).
Hollister A. Hill and Karlie S. Clemons, "Overview of EPA's Proposed Coal Ash Rule: Major Requirements and Industry Reactions," Perspectives on Georgia's Environment, State Bar of Georgia Environmental Law Section (Winter 2011).
"Hydroelectric Dams: Transboundary Environmental Effects and International Law," 36 FLA. ST. U. L. REV. 488 (2009).
Associate, Troutman Sanders LLP, 2010-present
Staff Attorney, Chief Justice Charles T. Canady of the Florida Supreme Court, 2009-2010
· State Bar of Georgia (Member, Environmental Law Section)
· The Florida Bar (Member, Environmental and Land Use Law Section)
· American Bar Association (Member, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources)
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