Bobbi-Jo Dobush focuses on complex, multi-agency environmental matters. Her work includes regulatory consultation, transactional advice, sustainability compliance, and environmental and land use litigation.
Ms. Dobush handles complex regulatory matters in front of agencies at all levels of government, concentrating on climate policy, conservation finance, and land use and specializing in marine and river environments. She focuses on client sustainability issues, including compliance with international development guidelines and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards.
Ms. Dobush’s in-depth understanding of evolving climate and carbon law informs her practice. She coordinates closely with expert witnesses and consultants to make complex science accessible to a non-scientist audience and has experience with a wide range of stakeholders.
Ms. Dobush served on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee and helps pro bono clients navigate complex regulations to conserve, protect, and improve the health of the ocean. She has also successfully filed immigration petitions for Spanish speaking pro bono clients and contributed to litigation against challenges to the rights of asylum seekers.
Prior to beginning her legal career, Ms. Dobush worked as an immigrant rights advocate. During law school, she interned at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Her community service work centers around ocean protection and marine conservation.