Hinckley Allen Partner Robin Main Elected Fellow of American College of Environmental Lawyers

Hinckley Allen is proud to announce that Partner Robin L. Main, who serves as co-chair of the firm’s Environmental and Energy Practice Groups, has been elected Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL). Robin was nominated, vetted, and endorsed in recognition of her work and contributions in the field of state and federal environmental law and her ethics in the profession. Of the 28 national lawyers elected as Fellows this year, Robin is the only one based in Rhode Island and now is one of only two Fellows of the ACOEL in Rhode Island.

The ACOEL is a professional association of preeminent lawyers in the United States whose careers focus on the field of environmental law. Current membership consists of approximately 265 Fellows (and an additional 50 Emeritus and Honorary Fellows) who work in private practice, government, NGOs, and academia. Membership is by invitation only, and eligibility is limited to those who have had substantial experience in environmental law for not less than 15 years and whose professional activities have been at least 50% in the area of environmental law for the last 5 years.

“The twenty-eight lawyers elected as Fellows to the College this year have earned this recognition based on the numerous contributions that – over many years – they have made in diverse areas of environmental law and policy,” said ACOEL President, Andrea Field of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP. “Drawn from all parts of the country, they represent the very best environmental lawyers in government service, public interest, academia, and private practice. I am delighted to welcome each and every one of them to the College.”

Hinckley Allen represents clients in a broad range of environmental matters at the federal, state, and local levels including climate change, coastal issues, brownfields redevelopment, environmental permit approvals, Superfund and toxic tort, sustainability issues, clean air and water, and wetlands. Clients include publicly traded and privately held companies, public utilities, renewable energy companies and power producers, real estate developers, banks and other lenders, manufacturers, construction companies, and municipalities. Members of the practice are leaders in the environmental and energy field, representing several of the country’s foremost developers of wind and solar energy. To learn more about the Environmental Law Group, please click here.

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