|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Greater Washington Legal Elite||Washington SmartCEO||2005|
|Washington Lawyer||Hot Properties||2007|
|American Bar Association, Third Edition||Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions||2004|
|Maryland State Bar Association Bar Bulletin||2004 Maryland General Assembly Revitalizes Brownfields Law||2004|
|Washington Lawyer||“Dealing With Dirty Dirt: The District of Columbia Voluntary Cleanup Program||2004|
|Real Estate/Environmental Liability News||Get the Lead Out: Federal Regulations Analyzed Regarding Disclosure Of Lead-based Paint Hazards||1997|
|Maryland Builder||Maryland Passes Brownfields Legislation||1997|
|Harvard University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1980|
|London School of Economics||N/A||MA - Masters||1977|
|Harvard College||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1976|
|Environmential Bankers Association Annual Meeting||The Windfall Li||2007|
|DC Bar Seminar||The All Appropriate Inquiries Standard||2007|
|Brownfields 2006 Conference||To Lien or Not to Lien (Dealing with the Windfall Lien Under Superfund)||2006|
|American Bar Association Teleconference||Environmental Due Diligence in the Age of All Appropriate Inquiries||2006|
Kenneth Kamlet, Environmental and natural resources Attorney
I endorse this lawyer. Jim and I used to be in practice together at Linowes and Blocher, where we worked together on several environmental cases. He is an excellent lawyer and prolific writer and speaker on a wide array of environmental legal and land use issues. If I needed top-notch assistance on a complex, high-stakes environmental matter in DC or Maryland, I wouldn't hesitate to seek Jim out. He has my highest recommendation.
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