RICHMOND, VA — Eric J. Wallace, a recent magna cum laude graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law, has joined the GreeneHurlocker law firm as an associate in Energy Law and Litigation, supporting partners Brian Greene and Eric Hurlocker in these expanding practices.
Wallace’s experience includes a summer studying energy and environmental law at the University of Cambridge, UK, and the research and drafting of articles related to energy and environmental issues while in law school. He is well-positioned to work with energy clients in the electricity, natural gas, solar and demand-response industries as well as corporate clients with a range of business and litigation needs.
“Eric’s skills in case law research and courtroom tactics are already being put to use with our clients in the energy industry including renewable energy companies and demand-response systems,” said Greene.
Wallace earned his law degree in 2013 and his undergraduate degree, cum laude, at Washington and Lee University in 2008. At the University of Richmond School of Law, he was awarded membership in the Order of the Coif and the McNeill Honor Society, and served on the Moot Court Board and the Law Review.
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