Georgia Bolduc is an associate in the Environmental Practice Group, where she specializes in a broad array of environmental issues, including due diligence and permitting of renewable energy projects (particularly in the solar space), hazardous and solid waste management, air emissions, wastewater discharges, natural resource issues, and zoning law.
Georgia is a recent graduate of Boston University School of Law, where she was a member of the International Law Journal, secretary of the Energy and Environmental Law Society, and pioneered the alumni mentoring program of the Women’s Law Association.
Georgia’s background in environmental law as it affects the regulated community gives her unique insight into the workings of government and nonprofit agencies.
During law school, Georgia was a legal intern with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP), where she analyzed potential PFAS regulations, and with the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), where, among other matters, she focused on providing legal assistance to farmers and food entrepreneurs in New England through CLF’s Legal Food Hub project.
During her third year of law school, Georgia spent a semester working with CLF attorneys and students at other law schools to analyze and characterize environmental justice legislation, a topic particularly relevant in regulatory review of development proposals, across all 50 states.
Before law school, Georgia interned at Midcoast Conservancy in Edgecomb, Maine where she oversaw their invasive plant programs and analyzed water quality data to determine areas in Midcoast Maine in need of environmental stewardship. Georgia also acted as a paralegal handling family law cases for a firm in Waterville, Maine.