Alison Milbury Stone

Biography

Alison Milbury Stone is an Assistant Attorney General with the Environmental Division of the Office of the Vermont Attorney General. She currently serves as legal counsel to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets. In this capacity, she advocates for the Agency’s interests in Public Utility Commission proceedings regarding proposed energy generation facilities, among other responsibilities ranging from oversight of farmland conservation easements to contracts to produce safety regulation. Previously, over the course of five years of private practice in Vermont, she represented independent power producers and utilities seeking permits for energy generation and transmission projects. Attorney Stone has a diverse international background spanning the private, public and non-profit sectors, including work with The Nature Conservancy and U.S. Department of State in Washington DC, and at the law offices of White & Case in Stockholm, Sweden. She holds a Juris Doctor from Vermont Law School, a Master’s in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge, and a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University. She currently serves as Vice Chair of Vermont’s Judicial Nominating Board and an officer of the Women’s Division of the Vermont Bar Association. She speaks Swedish and French, and is an avid ice hockey player.