Rochester, New York
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Writer and Editor
Bruce Freeman is an attorney who has practiced in Rochester, New York, for over 30 years (general practice with an emphasis on appellate and criminal law). He is the editor of CasePrepPlus, an appellate-decision digest service offered by the New York State Bar Association, and a contributor to wEbrief, a weekly publication issued by the General Practice section of the New York State Bar Association. Bruce earned a Bachelor of Music and a Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut, and a Master of Arts from Yale University Graduate School. He is a member of the New York and Connecticut bars. He co-authored the Attorney’s Medical Advisor (a six volume medical treatise published by Clark Boardman Callaghan) and has written hundreds of articles for the Daily Record (a legal daily newspaper in Rochester).
Gregg Freeman is a 2012 graduate of Vermont Law School’s Master’s program in Environmental Law and Policy (MELP) and is a 2016 graduate of Vermont Law School's Juris Doctor program. He was an editor for the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, a Research Associate at Vermont Law School's Institute for Energy and the Environment, and a Student Ambassador. From 2016 to 2019 Gregg was the Permitting and Regulatory Compliance Manager at Aegis Renewable Energy, a Vermont based solar and wind turbine installer. Gregg now is Project Manager at Norwich Solar Technologies in White River Junction, Vermont. Prior to starting law school, Gregg completed internships for the Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships and the New England Clean Energy Council (in Boston) where he researched energy efficiency standards for new public buildings, wrote aspects of a public comment letter on Vermont’s Comprehensive Energy Plan, and assisted in the development of a recommendation for procurement of off-shore wind projects in New England.
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