Juliet Cho is an associate in the Environment, Land Use and Natural Resources group. Her practice involves a wide spectrum of environmental matters, including land use, environmental due diligence, entitlements, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) permit approval process, regulations affecting cleanup of hazardous waste materials, municipal law, and land use and environmental litigation. Juliet has engaged in water projects, renewable energy projects, local government projects, and industrial and mixed use projects.
Prior to joining Stoel Rives, Juliet was a research assistant with Professor Linda Carter at the McGeorge School of Law (2009-2010); a summer associate with Stoel Rives LLP (2009); an extern with the U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental and Natural Resources Division (2009); a student teacher for the Street Law International Course, Sacramento (2009); and a Sacramento Bar Association Minority and Diversity Fellow (2008).
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