As partner and chairman of the Municipal Law Department and the Environmental Law Practice Group and member of Lamb McErlane’s Executive Committee, Vince Pompo’s practice areas include municipal, land use and environmental law.
During the 1980s, Vince served as assistant counsel to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, predecessor to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. He also served as a special deputy attorney of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a position that allowed him to focus on environmental issues.
Most recently Vince was elected as Secretary of Lundale Farms, Inc. and was appointed to serve on the Governor’s Local Government Workgroup of Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force. Vince has also served as a member of the East Bradford Board of Supervisors since 2003, and is currently in his third six-year term as supervisor.
He also serves as township solicitor for a number of Chester County municipalities including New Garden, Sadsbury, West Whiteland and Willistown, as well as several municipal authorities including Caln Township Municipal Authority, Chester County Solid Waste Authority, Pottstown Borough Authority and Valley Forge Sewer Authority.
He spearheaded the acclaimed open space program in East Bradford Township, serving as the first chairman of the Open Space Review Brand, and continues to counsel municipalities and conservation organizations on open space acquisitions.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2016|
|Top Lawyer||Main Line Today Magazine||2013|
|Partner||Lamb McErlane, PC||1995 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|East Bradford Township Board of Supervisors||Chairman||N/A|
|Lundale Farm, Inc.||Secretary||N/A|
|Local Government Workgroup of Pennsylvania’s Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force||Member||N/A|
|Lamb McErlane Website - Municipal Law Alert||PaDEP Groundwater Contamination Civil Penalty Policy Reversed||2017|
|PA Law Weekly||Inside Election 2004: Municipal Taxing Initiatives: A Popular Tool for Saving Open Space||2004|
|Pennsylvania Law Weekly||Well Worth the Price; Seeking an ‘Advice’ or Opinion from the Ethics Commission can Protect Public Officials||2004|
|Legal Intelligencer||Municipalities Have Direct Authority to Enforce Environmental Laws||N/A|
|American University, Washington College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Pennsylvania State University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
|Chester County 2020 Award Ceremony||Chester County 2020 Award||2017|