Jill B. Richardson is an Associate in the firm’s Environmental Department. Her practice involves all aspects of transactional environmental law, with a focus on evaluating the environmental liability faced by buyers, sellers, tenants, and commercial lenders during business and real estate transactions. She also guides clients through the process of achieving regulatory compliance while they undertake complex cleanups at industrial, commercial, and residential properties.
Diligent and detail-oriented, Jill is adept at navigating the multiple moving parts in business deals. Her experience spans an array of transactional settings, such as:
New York Metro Super Lawyers recognized Jill as a “rising star” in 2014 and 2015. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, and the New York City Environmental Law Leadership Institute’s 2014 class.
She earned her B.A., with honor, from Michigan State University, and her J.D., cum laude, with a Certificate in Environmental Law, from Pace University School of Law.
Pace University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2010
Michigan State University, B.A., with Honor, 2003
Environmental & Energy Law Monitor June 19, 2014Jill B. Richardson
Environmental & Energy Law Monitor May 6, 2013Jill B. Richardson
Environmental & Energy Law Monitor April 22, 2013Jill B. Richardson
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