Litigation Director and Senior Attorney, National Environmental Law Center

Started on staff: 1984
B.A, University of Washington; J.D., University of Washington School of Law; M.P.H., Harvard University.
Chuck directs the National Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit litigation center that enforces anti-pollution laws and promotes solutions to the nation’s environmental problems. He is also a lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Chuck spends his time in two great cities, Boston and Seattle, where he and his family enjoy the outdoor and cultural amenities of the Pacific Northwest.

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