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Eileen Millett
eileen_millett

New York State Office of Court Administration

25 Beaver Street
New York, NY 10004

Ms. Millett is a seasoned environmental litigator with decades of experience in environmental compliance, transactions and counseling clients in complex regulatory matters, climate change initiatives, and due diligence enforcement. She was recently tapped to become General Counsel to the NYS Office of Court Administration, the highest ranking non judicial person in the court system.

Work Phone:
(212) 428-2150/60
Email:
emillett@nycourts.gov
Website:
www.nycourts.gov

EPA Region:
Region 2 – (NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)
Year of induction:
2011
Degrees:
Syracuse University , B.A. 1971, Latin American Studies Syracuse University College of Law, JD, 1974
Admissions:
Admitted to the Bar in New York State
Court Admissions:
New York State Appellate Division, Second Department United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern District United States Supreme Court
Professional Societies and Organizations:
American Bar Association, SEERs member and Business Law Section, co-chair American Law Institute (ALI) Practical Real Estate Lawyer, Editor ALI-CLE Environmental Advisory Council Scenic Hudson, Trustee, 2017-2019 Environmental Law Institute (ELI former Trustee and Secretary) New York City Bar Association, Chair, Environmental Law Committee (2002-2005) New York State Bar Association, House of Delegates New York State Bar Ass'n. Journal Board of Editors (2005-2015) NYS Environmental Law Section, Executive Committee New York City Env'l Law Leadership Institute Advisory Council Municipal Art Society Law Committee, former member
Other Environmental Career Experience:
NYS Sustainable and Green Procurement Advisory Council, Executive Order 4, by gubernatorial appointment NYS Task Force on Climate Change Committee on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar, Co-chair Task Force on the NYS Bar Exam, Co-chair ACOEL Cuba Delegation organizer through Cuba Cultural Travel (2016-2017), accompanied by Mary Ellen Ternes, David Farer and James Bruen
Representative Publications:
ALI Practical Real Estate Lawyer Bloomberg BNA Daily Environment Reporter Westlaw Journal Environmental New York State Bar Journal, co-editor, Special Issue Future of Legal Education New York Real Estate Journal Environmental Law in New York
Illustrative Projects:
Organized the following seminars for the NY and NJ Regional Meeting Committee -PFAS, Catherine McCabe, NJ DEP Commissioner as keynote -Waters of the United States, with Chief of EPA Water Division -USEPA, Matthew Leopold, General Counsel, with Eric Schnaaf For the NYS Unified Court System, organized a 90 minute seminar and CLE program featuring Yale Prof. Stephen L. Carter and Leah Carter to discuss the book, Invisible, an account of the their grandmother and great grandmother's life and work as the first Black Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan, tapped by Thomas Dewey to being down Lucky Luciano