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Environmental Law (Contamination and Compliance, Regulatory, and Transactional)
Local Government Law
Paola Toro focuses her work on counseling public and private clients regarding environmental matters, including environmental litigation, permit compliance, water quality, local government law, and transactional work.
Prior to joining the firm, Paola worked as a staff attorney at the Delaware Riverkeeper Network where she performed litigation and advocacy work related to water quality, federal and state permitting enforcement, environmental justice, hazardous waste, and natural gas pipelines. Paola has also worked at the New York State Division of Human Rights where she gained extensive experience in dispute resolution, including mediation and negotiating settlements. She attended the Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, where she received a certificate in environmental law. During law school, Paola interned at the United Nations for the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica where she worked on matters related to sustainable development, globalization and interdependence, agricultural development, technologies for development, and food security. She has also interned at the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic and clerked for the Delaware Riverkeeper Network.
- New Jersey
- J.D. and Certificate in Environmental Law, Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, 2017
- B.A., Hofstra University, 2014
- Vice Chair, Marine Resources Committee, American Bar Association
- Member, Environmental Law Section, American Bar Association
- Member, Environmental Law Section, New Jersey State Bar Association
- Member, Land Use Law Section, New Jersey State Bar Association
- Member, Litigation and Dispute Resolution Section, Hispanic National Bar Association
- Member, Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
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