Attorney Wishart Re-Elected to Environmental Law Section Board of State Bar
June 27th, 2019
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP Senior Associate, Vanessa D. Wishart, has been re-elected to serve as a Director of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Environmental Law Section Board. The section promotes understanding and collaboration for all types of attorneys handling issues that impact the environment.
Following her completion of her masters in Environment and Resources and her juris doctor, Attorney Wishart was a clerk for the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. In 2015, she joined Stafford Rosenbaum. During her four year tenure with the firm, Attorney Wishart has been active in her community and profession. She was first elected to the Environmental Law Section Board of the state bar in 2016, and she currently serves as a board member for Gathering Waters, an alliance of advocates working to protect the natural resources and lands of Wisconsin. In 2018, Attorney Wishart was selected as an Up and Coming Lawyer by the Wisconsin Law Journal for her impressive yet young practice.
Attorney Wishart, based in Madison, focuses on an extensive range of environmental law issues. She has a keen understanding of environmental law, including issues pertaining to wastewater and water utility regulation, property remediation and redevelopment, and waterways permitting. Wishart frequently serves Wisconsin municipalities, wastewater facilities, and private and industrial clients. She also works to influence administrative rules and proposed legislation related to environmental topics.
Attorney Wishart’s second term on the Environmental Law Section Board will begin July 1 and will expire after three years. More information on Attorney Wishart is found on the Stafford Rosenbaum LLP website.
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