Elizabeth C. Bogle


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Elizabeth Bogle advises clients on environmental issues in corporate and real estate transactions, including brownfield redevelopment and remediation, to ensure compliance and address liability and risk allocation. She represents clients in state environmental enforcement proceedings, ensuring effective defense and resolution strategies. Elizabeth assists clients in achieving and maintaining environmental compliance, navigating complex regulatory frameworks and obtaining necessary permits.

Prior to pursuing her legal career, Elizabeth earned a master's degree in sustainable studies with a focus on watershed policy and pollutant/waste stream management. She worked for over five years as an environmental scientist dealing with site remediation and due diligence matters throughout the United States. She has developed remedial strategies and been responsible for project management and regulatory interactions for remediation projects, ranging from tank removals to complex industrial sites.

In addition to her work in the site remediation field, Elizabeth has experience working at sites subject to wetland regulations and credit programs, as well as documenting the extent of wetlands, ecological sampling and biological data gathering. She interned with Region 2 of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Elizabeth is an active member of leading environmental law forums, contributing to the advancement of renewable energy legal practices. She is the incoming co-chair of the new Energy Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, where she works with a team to publish content on the ever-changing global renewable energy practices and regulations.


Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

Advise numerous clients on complex environmental regulations, helping them navigate legal compliance and avoid potential liabilities

Conduct comprehensive environmental due diligence for real estate transactions, identifying and mitigating risks for clients in multi-million dollar deals

Perform in-depth environmental risk assessments for major development projects, ensuring compliance with local, state and federal environmental laws and regulations

Negotiate favorable agreements for clients with governmental agencies for the cleanup of contaminated sites and minimizing client liabilities

Address ISRA issues for landowners and tenants and advise on strategies for compliance

Provide legal counsel to clients in the renewable energy sector, facilitating the development of clean energy projects

Counsel clients on new energy benchmarking laws in New Jersey and ensuring their compliance with the new regulations


Education and Credentials

Seton Hall University School of Law, J.D., 2017
Ramapo College of New Jersey, M.A., 2013
Ramapo College of New Jersey, B.A., 2009
State of New Jersey
State of New York
American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources; Energy Committee Co-Chair
New Jersey State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section, past Director

Recognition and Community


Girl Scouts of the USA, Gold Scout and Lifetime Member