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    Frost Brown Todd Partner Timothy Hagerty Elected as Fellow in American College of Environmental Lawyers

Frost Brown Todd is pleased to announce that Louisville-based partner Timothy Hagerty has been elected a Fellow in the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL).

Hagerty is one of 17 Fellows named nationwide in the 2024 class of the ACOEL, a professional association of preeminent lawyers whose careers focus on the field of environmental law. Membership in the ACOEL is by invitation only.

“Our new fellows are among the very best practitioners of environmental law in the country,” said ACOEL President Kevin R. Murray of Holland and Hart, LLP in the organization’s press release. “Collectively, they represent tremendous depth, breadth, and diversity of experience. We are pleased to welcome them to the College on the basis of their career achievements and thought leadership.”

Hagerty has spent nearly three decades advising clients in Kentucky and across the nation on a wide variety of environmental compliance, liability, and litigation issues with an emphasis on energy, water, and natural resources law. He most enjoys helping clients find creative solutions that allow them to accomplish their business objectives while maintaining their commitment to environmental sustainability.

ACOEL was formed in July 2007 by a group of environmental practitioners from across the country. Its current membership consists of approximately 300 active Fellows and 80 emeritus and honorary Fellows from 48 states and the District of Columbia. Membership eligibility is limited to those who have had substantial experience in environmental law for 15 years or more and whose work has been at least 50% in environmental law for the last 5 years.