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Tali Birch Kindred

Of Counsel

1029 W. 3rd Avenue, Suite 550, Anchorage, AK 99501

Tali guides energy clients through federal and state permitting processes, helping clients to develop and implement natural resource projects.

Tali focuses her practice on environmental and natural resource permitting and litigation, natural resource project development, state and federal rulemakings, environmental compliance, and commercial litigation.

Clients benefit from Tali's industry and prosecutorial experience in Alaska. At Shell Exploration & Production, Inc., Tali developed and implemented strategies for navigating the scheme of federal, state, and local regulations applicable to Shell's Arctic operations. She gained valuable experience collaborating with government regulators on technical solutions and participated in state and federal rulemakings.

Tali honed her litigation experience and skills serving as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Alaska for four years, prosecuting hundreds of cases, including over 20 jury trials.  

A life-long Alaskan, Tali worked in the office of U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski prior to attending law school.

Experience

  • National Environmental Policy Act
  • Clean Water Act
  • Outer Continental Shelf LAnds Act
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Marine Mammal Protection Act
  • Permitting and litigation
  • Natural resource project development
  • State and federal rulemakings
  • Environmental compliance
  • General commercial litigation
  • Regulatory and policy

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