Alison Share is a Government Affairs Group associate based in Crowell & Moring's Washington, D.C. office. She also practices in the Advertising & Product Risk Management, and Environmental & Toxic Torts groups. Her practice includes providing clients strategic counseling and policy advice in environmental, energy, and financial services fields, with a particular interest in Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) related issues. She has done work for such clients as Chevron, SL Industries, Liquid Environmental Solutions, and The Energy Authority.
- Analyzing liquid waste disposal programs and applicable state and federal regulations and assisting with the corresponding presentation to EPA.
- Assisting clients in negotiating their CERCLA obligations with the Department of Justice.
- Working with clients on various aspects of Dodd-Frank Act compliance including special entity status and commodity trade advisor registration.
Alison is also active in pro bono matters including:
- Assisting a Honduran woman and an Ethiopian man with their applications for asylum.
- Writing a petition for certiorari on behalf of a birth father seeking custody of his daughter.
Alison writes monthly for Loose Leaf, the blog of American Forests, on issues of environmental law and policy.
Alison clerked for the Honorable Peter W. Hall of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
While at Vermont Law School, Alison served as a managing editor of the Vermont Law Review as well as a research assistant for Professors Betsy Baker and Jackie Gardina. During law school, she also interned at the National Environmental Trust (now part of Pew Charitable Trust) as their climate change legal intern.
Prior to law school Alison coached lacrosse and soccer in England and Ohio. She is an avid baseball fan who also loves snowboarding and the Smithsonian museums.