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Kevin Murray Selected to Environmental Law Institute's Leadership Council and Steering Committee

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that attorney Kevin Murray, a partner in the firm’s Salt Lake City office, has been selected as a member of the Environmental Law Institute (ELI)’s Leadership Council, and appointed to the ELI Leadership Council’s Steering Committee. The ELI Leadership Council includes the most prominent environment, energy, and natural resource leaders in the nation.

The Leadership Council recognizes leaders for their commitment of resources and time to the Institute’s vision of a healthy environment, prosperous economies, and vibrant communities founded on the rule of law. Members participate in events, network, and engage other leaders in discussions about key environmental law and policy issues.

Kevin’s practice focuses on managing environmental liabilities, repurposing real estate assets, and creating value through property remediation and planning. He has been the lead attorney for billions of dollars of acquisition and development of environmentally challenged assets worldwide, including many Superfund sites.

Kevin is a Fellow of the American College of Environmental Lawyers and an adjunct professor of real estate development and finance at the University of Utah and Brigham Young University Law Schools. He has held various executive leadership positions with the Urban Land Institute, The Dallas Bar Association, the Utah Bar Association, and other professional groups.

More information can be read in ELI’s press release.


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