Theodore Garrett

Theodore Garrett

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Theodore L Garrett is senior counsel at Covington & Burling LLP in Washington, DC. His practice has involved major regulatory and enforcement issues and transactions, particularly involving air quality, water quality, energy and climate change, hazardous waste and natural resource damages. He has been lead industry counsel in numerous lawsuits seeking judicial review of EPA air and water regulations and has represented clients in numerous Superfund matters.

Mr Garrett has advised clients on environmental compliance and related business issues and has been extensively involved in administrative proceedings and litigation, including Supreme Court cases. He has spoken and written widely in the environmental area.

Mr Garrett is the editor and principal author of The Environmental Law Manual and The RCRA Practice Manual, and is a contributing author to several books, including Environmental Litigation, The Clean Water Act Handbook, Litigators on Experts and Environmental Liability and Insurance Recovery, all published by the American Bar Association.

He is a former chair of the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources and remains involved in Section activities. He was honoured in 2015 with a lifetime achievement award from Who’s Who Legal and the ABA Section of International Law. He is a member of the American College of Environmental Lawyers, where he served on the Board of Regents.

Mr Garrett received his BA from Yale College and his JD from Columbia Law School. He served as a law clerk to US Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E Burger, and worked as a special assistant to William H Rehnquist when he was Assistant Attorney General heading the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice.

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The Environment and Climate Change Law Review

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The Environment and Climate Change Law Review provides a global overview of environmental protection laws and regulations, as well as legislative and policy initiatives to combat climate change. It analyses the essential features of the legal and enforcement frameworks in major jurisdictions worldwide, while also examining the most consequential recent developments and offering an outlook for future changes.

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