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Washington, D.C. is where our nation's most important environmental laws are made. The D.C. office defends and strengthens national standards for clean air and clean water.

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Washington, D.C. is where our nation's most important environmental laws are made.

The Washington, D.C. office defends and strengthens national standards for clean air and clean water, and we are working to stop mountaintop removal mining from destroying Appalachia's landscape and communities.

Additional cases include promoting sustainable fisheries, improving energy efficiency standards, and reducing toxic mercury emissions.


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Contact D.C. Office

1625 Mass. Ave., NW, Ste. 702
Washington, D.C.  20036
(202) 667-4500
dcoffice@earthjustice.org

Staff

Lisa Garcia VP of Litigation for Health

David Baron Managing Attorney, Washington, D.C.

Steve Roady Managing Attorney for Oceans

Timothy Ballo Sr. Associate Attorney

Jennifer Chavez Staff Attorney

Emma Cheuse Sr. Associate Attorney

Khushi Desai Sr. Associate Attorney

Phillip Ellis Press Secretary

Roger Fleming Staff Attorney

Howard Fox Counsel

Erica Fuller Associate Attorney

Claire Garvin Litigation Assistant

Neil Gormley Associate Attorney

Jessica Hodge Campaign Manager

Julie James Sr. Office Manager

Seth Johnson Sr. Associate Attorney

Albert Lin Litigation Assistant

Debra Mayfield Community Partnerships Manager

Jose Mendez Desktop Support Technician II

Susan Stevens Miller Clean Energy Attorney

Nick Morales Associate Attorney

James Pew Staff Attorney

Keith Rushing Campaign Press Secretary

Jared Saylor Campaign Director

Corey Scult Litigation Assistant

Michael Soules Staff Attorney

Jill Tauber Clean Energy Attorney

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Regional Office: Spotlight Features

In the Shadow of the Stacks

Hear from attorney Jim Pew, who has worked for more than a decade to clean up coal plants, and two Pennsylvanians—Marti Blake and Martin Garrigan—who know firsthand what it means to live in the shadow of a smokestack and the specter of a plume.

Restoring The Nation's Oldest Fishery

Attorney Roger Fleming discusses his work with local fishermen to promote healthy ocean ecosystems in New England, an area that is often referred to as the poster child for bad fisheries management.

Water Wars: Q&A with Attorney Jennifer Chavez

Attorney Jennifer Chavez discusses Earthjustice's work on water issues, from cleaning up the Anacostia River in our nation's capital, to combating stormwater pollution and toxic algae outbreaks.

Down to Earth: Steve Roady on Protecting the Oceans

For more than a decade, Managing Attorney Steve Roady has been litigating cases that help protect our oceans from pollution, overfishing and habitat loss. Earthjustice is also ramping up efforts to mitigate climate change impacts to the ocean, such as sea level rise and ocean acidification.