Fennemore Craig Phoenix office Partner Dawn Meidinger has been appointed as the new Practice Group Chair of the firm’s natural resources, energy and environmental law practice group.
“Dawn possesses a deep knowledge of the law relating to natural resources, energy and the environment,” said Steve Good, managing partner of Fennemore Craig. “We are proud to have her on our team, and we congratulate Dawn on her new leadership role.”
Meidinger practices in the area of natural resources, real estate and environmental law, with a focus on mining, public land utilization (state and federal) and permitting.
She has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America and The International Who’s Who of Mining Lawyers and currently serves as Trustee-At-Large for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Mining Association. Meidinger earned her J.D. and B.S. from Arizona State University.
Fennemore Craig has a long history in natural resources, energy and environmental law. Eighteen of the firm’s attorneys work primarily in the natural resources and environmental area and they actively serve on boards, committees and organizations dedicated to environmental, natural resources, and water rule-making, policy development, and legislation.
Related environmental and natural resources experience in other practice areas includes tax, corporate law, commercial and white collar criminal litigation, real estate, government relations, workman’s compensation, and personal injury and business torts litigation.