Valerie Diden Moore, JD '04
Ms. Diden Moore is a litigation associate in the New York City office of Dechert, LLP, a 17-office international law firm. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee (BA, cum laude, 2001) and Vermont Law School (JD, summa cum laude, 2004), where she was the Senior Articles Editor of the Vermont Law Review.
Mark Miller, JD '83
Mr. Miller is a partner in O'Melveny & Myers' San Francisco office and a member of the firm's Intellectual Property & Technology Department. Mr. Miller’s practice is focused on obtaining, protecting, enforcing and licensing rights in patents, trademarks, trade name, trade secrets, domain names, and copyrights.
Peter Gould, JD/MSEL '02
Mr. Gould advises clients regarding energy, natural resources, and environmental, health, and safety matters for Patton Boggs in Denver, Colorado. His energy practice includes helping devise energy-related legislative strategies and providing counsel on oil and gas exploration, development and transportation, and power generation and transmission.
Kristen W. Sherman, JD/MSEL '95
Ms. Sherman is a shareholder in the Litigation and Environmental Practice Groups. Ms. Sherman’s experience in environmental law and litigation includes twelve years practicing before Massachusetts and Rhode Island courts, as well as numerous state, federal and local bodies.
Bret A. Campbell, JD '94
Mr. Campbell is special counsel to the Business Fraud and Complex Litigation Practice in the Washington, DC office of Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft. Mr. Campbell represents clients in a broad range of complex criminal, regulatory and civil litigation matters, including securities, antitrust, intellectual property, international corruption (involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), export control, economic sanction, and other cases.
Glenn Berger, JD '78
Mr. Berger is a partner in the Energy/Project Finance practice of Skadden Arps in Washington, DC. Mr. Berger has handled both US and international energy/project finance work involving electric power projects and independent transmission projects. In addition, he has worked on the development and financing of ethanol projects, and has represented developers, lending institutions, equity participants, and investment banks for over 20 years. He handles project development work involving federal and state regulatory issues, and contract negotiations pertaining to such subjects as power sales, steam sales, tolling agreements, fuel procurement contracts, and engineering and construction contracts. Mr. Berger also works on federal and state regulatory issues involving the Federal Power Act, the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act and the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
David M. ("Max") Williamson, JD '97
Mr. Williamson is a partner and manages a nationwide practice at Beveridge & Diamond, the leading environmental specialty firm in Washington, DC. Mr. Williamson assists private and public clients with environmental and specialty litigation, regulatory counseling, transactional, and legislative issues. His experience spans project development, real estate, Clean Air Act, transportation planning, toxic tort, Clean Water Act and wetlands, Superfund and Brownfields programs, EPCRA and spill reporting, hazardous materials transportation, recycling, and corporate affiliate issues in the domestic and international contexts.