Kathleen Kline is an attorney in Earthjustice’s Philadelphia office, focusing on litigation related to coal mining, combustion, and disposal. Kathleen’s work includes participation in utility commission proceedings and Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act cases in state and federal court; she has a strong interest in the economic and environmental impacts of energy production.
Prior to working for Earthjustice, Kathleen worked for the New York Attorney General’s Office and the Environmental Law Institute while attending Columbia Law School. She has also volunteered with Columbia’s Environmental Law Clinic and drafted bills and comments on behalf of the Columbia Center for Climate Change Law. Kathleen’s extra-work interests include running, reading modern literature, snowboarding, homebrewing, and rock climbing.
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