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Brian Hanson is a partner of Baird Hanson LLP, and is based in Boulder, Colorado. Brian serves a broad range of clients addressing complex environmental regulatory challenges. For more than four decades, he has practiced natural resources and environmental law by assisting mining and industrial project permitting overseeing and coordinating company responses to compliance investigations negotiating on behalf of companies with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies and developing strategies for working with the public and interest groups. From 1995 to 1997, Brian served as the Executive Director of The Land and Water Fund of the Rockies, a legal service organization advocating for preservation of the Rocky Mountain and Desert Southwest region. Prior to working with The Land and Water Fund, Brian was a partner with Holland & Hart LLP.
Region 8 – (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, and WY)
Year of induction:
University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1978, Bachelor of Arts, Phi Beta Kappa. University of Colorado School of Law, 1981, Juris Doctorate.
Colorado 1981 Idaho 1983
Numerous hard rock mine and mineral beneficiation and processing facilities permitting and compliance across the western US and Alaska - commencing at exploration and continuing into production. Current projects focus on critical minerals, which the Inflation Reduction Act and other federal missives claim is of interest to the US for renewables, EVs, and other projects.