Kevin Murray Elected to the Board of Regents of the American College of Environmental Lawyers

Holland & Hart is proud to announce that partner Kevin Murray has been elected to serve a three-year term on the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL) Board of Regents, one of the most prestigious positions of the ACOEL. ACOEL is a national association of distinguished lawyers who practice in the field of environmental law dedicated to: maintaining and improving the ethical practice of environmental law; the administration of justice; and the development of environmental law at both the state and federal level. 

Murray’s election to the Board of Regents comes just one year after his induction into the ACOEL in 2017. As one of the members of the Board, he will be responsible for providing guidance and oversight to the College. Two other Holland & Hart attorneys are also ACOEL members: James Holtkamp and Tom Sansonetti, as well as recently retired partner Paul Phillips. 

Recognized as a leading environmental lawyer in Utah and nationwide, Murray has significant experience with CERCLA, RCRA, state hazardous waste laws, and related programs. His work includes all facets of remediation, compliance, permitting, mergers and acquisitions, land development, and property reuse. Murray’s practice expertise also includes the Clean Water Act, counseling clients on compliance and water quality matters.

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