Environmental law attorneys LaJuana Wilcher and Sarah Jarboe were recently published in the American Bar Association’s 2016 Year in Review for Environmental Law. As Contributing Authors, they summarized developments in federal Clean Water Act law in 2016.
Specifically, LaJuana and Sarah analyzed Water Quality Standards legal issues, including judicial, regulatory and legislative matters, to provide environmental lawyers throughout the country a concise update on those important developments.
Both LaJuana and Sarah are partners at ELPO.
About LaJuana Wilcher
About Sarah Jarboe
Sarah Jarboe handles environmental law and civil litigation for ELPO. She is serving as Chair of the Environment, Energy and Resources law section of the Kentucky Bar Association, sits for the second year on the American Bar Association‘s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) Conference Planning Committee, and participated in SEER’s 2014-2015 Leadership Development Program.
Sarah is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School, where she received the Scholastic Excellence Award in Environmental Law in 2010 for achieving the highest grade in her class and served as Managing Editor of the Environmental Law and Policy Annual Review Journal. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Louisville. Sarah joined ELPO in 2013 after serving as a law clerk for two years for Chief Justice John D. Minton of the Kentucky Supreme Court.