Casey Clausen maintains a diverse environmental litigation and regulatory practice, advising clients nationwide across industrial sectors on issues including CERCLA and state Superfund laws. He also has experience with the Endangered Species Act and National Environmental Policy Act. Casey joined the firm following tenures as a Law Clerk for U.S. District Judge Lawrence E. Kahn and U.S. Magistrate Judge Daniel J. Stewart in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York.
During his time at Harvard Law School, Casey served as Line Editor for the Journal of Law and Technology and as a Student Attorney for the Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic, where he drafted regulations implementing the City of Boston Building Energy Disclosure ordinance. He additionally acted as Intake Director for the Tenant Advocacy Project in Cambridge, representing public housing tenants at hearings before Boston-area housing authorities.
Casey also worked as a Summer Law Clerk for Earthjustice and for the City of Chicago Law Department.
Casey’s diverse interests include backpacking, chess, and literature.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Casey Clausen