DAVID L. HARBIN, SENIOR LEGAL FELLOW
David has over thirty-five years legal, policy and legislative experience as an attorney in the environmental/natural resource area with federal and state governments. David began his legal career representing State Parks and Forests. David’s career has primarily focused on enforcement of the nation’s environmental laws. David lead the litigation team in the nation’s first hazardous waste air permit appeal. David also has substantial experience in the development of government policy and the writing and passage of legislation. David was instrumental in the development and passage of Tennessee’s Brownfields law. David’s career has notably involved resolving complex issues. For example, David was significantly involved in the transfer of the Volunteer Army property that resulted in Volkswagen moving to Chattanooga. David’s recent accomplishment was to serve as lead attorney in the cleanup of the Copper Basin Mining District Superfund Site. David is a Listed Mediator in Tennessee. David is currently retired from the federal government.
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