Warren is involved in all aspects of environmental law and land use representation, and also maintains an active general practice that includes serving as outside general counsel for a substantial regional trust and non-profit companies.

    • Education

      • J.D., Duke University, 1983
      • A.B., Davidson College, 1974

      Professional Recognition

      • Virginia's "Legal Elite," Virginia Business magazine
      • Best Lawyers in America, Environmental Law (2015-2016)
    • Memberships

      • Local Government Attorneys of Virginia
      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
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      • American Red Cross of Southeastern Virginia: Former Member, Board of Directors

  • Represents a regional solid waste facility in connection with issues involving solid waste management, air, water and waste permitting, and land use matters.
  • Assists a national telecommunications company with land use and local government matters.
  • Assists clients in allocating and minimizing environmental risks and liabilities in connection with real estate transactions.
  • Advises clients with regard to wetlands matters and waterfront development.
  • Assists clients with zoning, subdivision variance and conditional use permit applications.
  • Serves as outside general counsel for a regional alliance for the promotion of retail trade.
  • Serves as outside general counsel for a residential treatment center for youth.
  • Serves as outside general counsel for public television and public radio broadcasting entities.

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