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We at Greenfire Law know that finding the right attorney to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. If you have land use, environmental, or public information issues, please contact us.
Rachel Doughty practices land use and environmental law. She has experience in matters of local and federal land use, and focuses her practice on environmental quality, plastic pollution prevention, land use management, access to public records, and California’s Proposition 65. In her practice she has worked with state and federal agencies, including the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Forest Service, and multiple states’ departments of environmental quality and management. Prior to attending law school, Rachel was a fellow in the Wetlands Division of the Office of Water at the U.S. EPA in Washington, D.C. In addition to her law degree from the University of Virginia (2004), Ms. Doughty has a master’s degree in Natural Resources (with a minor concentration in biogeochemistry) from Cornell University, and an undergraduate degree in biochemistry, cellular, and molecular biology from the University of Tennessee. Ms. Doughty has represented public interest groups, individuals, and businesses on issues ranging from challenging land management decisions by federal agencies to developing environmental policy.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
Juris Doctor, 2004
M.A in Natural Resources
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, B.A in biochemistry, cellular, and molecular biology
Activities & Affiliations
• Alameda County Bar Association, Dogwood Alliance (Board Chair)
•California, North Carolina (inactive status), Washington D.C.
Ms. Linsley joined Greenfire Law in 2017 as an Associate Attorney. She received her J.D. in 2016 from The George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC where she studied environmental and human rights law. She has three years of experience as a litigation paralegal and a demonstrated history promoting sustainable development at the local level. During law school, Ms. Linsley worked at the Center for International Environmental Law where she addressed issues related to corporate accountability, sustainable investment, and the rights of nature. She also served as a Dean’s Fellow in the Legal Research and Writing Program and as a member of The George Washington International Law Review. Ms. Linsley has completed coursework in International Human Rights Law at Oxford University and holds a B.A. in Anthropology and Global Studies from Pacific Lutheran University (2010). Prior to law school, Ms. Linsley dedicated her time to organizations in Europe and Africa promoting sustainable development in local communities. Ms. Linsley is originally from Iowa and has previously lived in Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo County, Seattle, the District of Columbia, Namibia, Norway, and Germany.
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Juris Doctor, 2016
PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY
B.A., Anthropology and Global Studies, 2010
Activities & Affiliations
• ACBA Bar Association, Member
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
B.A. in Art, 2012
Minor in Art History
Carla is a passionate environmentalist who uses her background in visual communications as a way of advocacy. She joined Greenfire Law in October 2017 in the capacity of Administrative Assistant.