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Scott DuBoff’s practice focuses on environmental and energy matters. Scott represents corporations and local government clients before federal and state administrative agencies, trial and appellate courts and Congress. His practice encompasses air quality and waste-to-energy matters, surface and groundwater protection, Superfund (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act [CERCLA]), resource recovery and environmental planning for industrial companies (utilities/oil production and refining) and local government agencies.

Professional Activities

  • Member, American Bar Association, Environment, Energy and Resources Section, 1987-present
  • Member, American Bar Association, Air Quality Committee, 1995-present
  • Member, American Bar Association, Solid Waste Management Committee, 2000-present
  • Member, District of Columbia Bar, Committee on Environment, Energy and Natural Resources, 1987-present

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Speaking Engagements

Past Appearances

  • 2015 Washington Tax Strategies Seminar
    Seattle, WA, 6.3.15
  • "Update on Federal Energy Legislation," 20th North American Waste-to-Energy Conference (NAWTEC 20)
    Speaking Engagement
    Portland, ME, 4.25.12
  • "Update – Federal Energy Legislation," North American Waste-to-Energy Conference 19 (NAWTEC 19)
    Speaking Engagement
    Lancaster, PA, 5.17.11
  • "Hotels and Resorts: Time to Check In?," Seattle Chapter of the Appraisal Institute Fall Real Estate Conference
    Speaking Engagement
    Seattle, WA, 2011
  • "Waste-to-Energy: Public Policies, Context, New Opportunities and Legislative Developments," King County Bar Association
    Speaking Engagement
    Seattle, WA, December 2010
  • "Environmental Policy and Regulatory Update – Energy and Climate Change Legislation, EPA Rulemaking and More," U.S. Conference of Mayors, Municipal Waste Management Association Fall Summit
    Speaking Engagement
    Baltimore, MD, 10.1.10
  • Speaking Engagement
    King County Courthouse, Seattle, WA, 4.16.10


  • District of Columbia, 1975
  • Wisconsin, 1973


University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D., 1973

University of Wisconsin, B.A., Political Science, 1969

Honors | Recognitions

  • Martindale-Hubbell AV/5.0 Peer Review Rated
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