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Patrick Lanciotti
Charter Member
Environmental Law

360 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10017, USA


Patrick Lanciotti works in the environmental litigation and toxic tort department of Napoli Shkolnik. During his time at Pace Law School, Patrick served as a law clerk to the Regional Attorney at the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 2. In addition, he served as a legal intern at the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, where he assisted Riverkeeper in bringing federal and state lawsuits to protect the Hudson River and the watersheds that provide New York City’s drinking water. Patrick also served as the Articles Editor of Pace Environmental Law Review.

Katie Crosby Lehmann
Charter Member
Environmental Law

225 So. 6th St., Suite 4600, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55402


Katie’s known for practicing at the intersection of science and the law. She pinpoints the advantages and disadvantages of each case, quickly and efficiently. Seeing through the pitfalls while recognizing the advantages both sides face helps refine the business goals and litigation strategies for any dispute. She knows the best strategy may be an unconventional one. Katie’s practice demonstrates leadership, strategy and advocacy in business, environmental, and other science-based litigation. Katie was lead trial and is lead appellate counsel in one of Minnesota’s top water protection and environmental rights cases, White Bear Lake Restoration Association v. DNR, involving the mapping of groundwater from a lake to aquifers below, which is then withdrawn as drinking water. She also serves as counsel to various businesses on contract, licensing, and business-to-business disputes. She has served as litigation counsel in patent infringement cases involving a wide variety of technologies.

Roy Mason
Distinguished Lawyer
Environmental Law

223 Duke of Gloucester St, Annapolis, MD 21401, USA


Roy L. Mason has been practicing law for more than 40 years. He served as Senior Partner at Montedonico & Mason, a firm of approximately 50 lawyers, and became managing partner of Mason, Ketterman & Cawood, which later became Mason, Cawood & Hobbs. In 2010, Roy founded The Law Offices of Roy L. Mason, PA, which he ran successfully until 2015, when he founded Smouse & Mason, LLC with Russ Smouse. He has been named one of the top 100 trial lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association and has been selected as a member of the Super Lawyer group since it began. Throughout his career, Roy has co-authored numerous publications, including: “Maryland Courts Still Wrestling with Medical Malpractice Issues Raised in 1890,” The Daily Record; “Practicing Before the Md. HCA: Some Question Need for System,” The Daily Record; “Legal Concerns in Trauma Nursing,” Trauma Nursing, (1988); and “Cleaning Up Afterwards and reducing the threat of litigation,” Bailliere’s Clinical Anesthesiology, (1993). In addition to serving as a member of Smouse & Mason, LLC, Roy serves on the board of the Chesapeake Legal Alliance, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to using the law to improve the quality of the Chesapeake Bay.

Bonnie Miskel
Charter Member
Environmental Law

14 SE 4th St, Suite 36, Boca Raton, FL 33432


Ms. Miskel is currently a Senior Partner with Dunay, Miskel and Backman, LLP, and has been practicing in land use, zoning and regulatory law for 24 years. She is qualified as a land use and zoning expert witness in quasi-judicial proceedings; she has represented public and private sector clients in connection with Chapter 166, 163 and 380, Florida Statutes; represented private sector in over 50 variances and waivers over the past 24 years; represented over 50 code enforcement matters throughout Palm Beach and Broward counties; prepared and processed text amendments to Land Development and Zoning Code Regulations; prepared Comprehensive Land Use Plan Amendments in cities and counties; represented clients in connection with Developments of Regional Impacts; and she is well versed in Chapters 380, 163, 177 and other regulatory chapters of Florida law. She has represented clients before School Boards, Board of County Commissioners, City Commissions, FDOT and other Governmental Agencies and Housing Authority Boards.

Ilene M. Munk
Charter Member
Environmental Law

520 SW Yamhill, Suite 1012, Portland, OR 97204