Mr. Brooke-Davidson is a shareholder in the firm’s Austin, Texas office. He has practiced environmental law since 1985, when he received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law. His practice has included all facets of environmental law: he has experience with all the significant federal environmental laws and their Texas counterparts; his practice has involved litigation, arbitration, enforcement, permitting, transactions, and counseling; he has worked with various industries including chemicals, energy, agriculture, manufacturing, and real estate; and he has practiced in government as well as in private firms.
Mr. Brooke-Davidson received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where his graduate work focused on environmental technology and policy issues. Prior to attending law school, he worked as an environmental consultant, focusing on air quality matters.
He graduated from The University of Texas School of Law with honors; he was also a member of the Order of the Coif and served as Editor-in-Chief of The Review of Litigation.
EPA’s Mitigation Policy in Civil Enforcement: A Sleeping Giant. AFPM Spring 2015 Environmental Meeting.
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"Methane Rules for Oil and Gas Production," the Dallas Bar Association Energy Law Section Review of Oil and Gas Law XXXI Seminar, (August 2016) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View article
"EPA's Mitigation Policy in Civil Enforcement: A Sleeping Giant?" the Texas Oil and Gas Association Environmental Committee Meeting (August 2016) (prepared in connection with related speaking engagement).View article
"2015 Year in Review - Environmental Law," Guida, Slavich & Flores, P.C. (January 2016).View this article.