Sandi Snodgrass Elected Treasurer of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Board

Sandi Snodgrass, an Environmental and Natural Resources Partner in Holland & Hart’s Denver office, was elected Treasurer of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (RMMLF) Board of Directors for 2020-2021. Led by a Board of Directors and guided by a Trustees Council, RMMLF is a collaborative, educational nonprofit organization dedicated to the scholarly and practical study of the laws and regulations relating to oil and gas, mining, energy, public lands, water, environmental, and international law. RMMLF is known for fostering collegial professional relationships among its members and for high-quality, scholarly, and practical educational offerings.

An active member of RMMLF since 1999, Sandi served as Chair of the Program Committee for the last year and will continue to serve on the Budget Committee. Sandi also previously served as a Trustee-at-Large, on the Board of Directors, and as Chair of the 63rd Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute Program. Sandi’s practice focuses on public lands and energy law, with an emphasis on NEPA and protected wildlife. She helps natural resource developers, traditional and renewable energy companies, utilities, pipeline companies, and other clients successfully navigate the complex federal environmental review and permitting processes for a variety of proposed projects.


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