Thomas A. Bloomfield
The Gallagher Law Group, P.C.
Address: 2060 Broadway, Suite 280
Boulder, CO 80302

Membership: Boulder County, Colorado (Member, Sections on: Environmental Law and Litigation) and American (Member, Sections on: Environment, Energy, and Resources; Tort Trial and Insurance Practice) Bar Associations; State Bar of California (Member, Sectio
University: Dartmouth College, B.A., cum laude, 1988, University of California School of Law, Los Angeles (J.D., Graduated 8th; Order of the Coif; American Jurisprudence Award in Contitutional Law, Criminal Law, Evidence, 1992); Harvard Law School, Visitin
Admitted: 1992, California; 2003, Colorado; 2007, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit; 2004, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit
Biography: Thomas A. Bloomfield born in Cleveland, Ohio, on October 18, 1965; admitted to bar in California (1992), Colorado (2003), D.C. Circuit (2004), and Ninth Circuit (2007); Education: Dartmouth College (B.A. 1988, cum laude), UCLA School of Law (1992, Order of Coif); Harvard Law School, (Visiting Scholar 1991); American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Evidence; Editor, Environmental Law Journal; Awards and Recognitions: National Superfund Team of the Year for the Operating Industries, Inc. ("OII"), site, 2002; Federal Employee of the Year, Civil Law Enforcement Category, Federal Executive Board (Bay Area) 2001; Certificate of Commendation from the United States Department of Justice for Outstanding Performance and Invaluable Assistance In Support of the Activities of the Environment and Natural Resources Division, 2001;Gold Medal, Individual, Exceptional Service, EPA Administrator 2001 (Iron Mountain Mine settlement); California Lawyer of the Year, California Lawyer Magazine, 2000; Gold Medal, Team, Exceptional Service, EPA Administrator, 1997 (Iron Mountain Litigation); Publications: Policy Guidance for Identifying and Effectively Managing Perpetual Environmental Impacts from New Hardrock Mines, Environmental Science & Policy, 13 (2010) 558-566 (a review of perpetual mine management issues, including technical causes, policy examples, investment tools, case studies, technical remedies, and principles for successful long-term management); The Topsy Turvey World of CERCLA – Unknown Law – Uncertain Science, 37th American Bar Association Annual Conference on Environmental Law, Keystone, CO March 2008 (Voted Best Paper); Rhetoric or Reality: The Impact of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Federal and State Environmental Laws, 35 Santa Clara L. Rev. 1143-70 (1995); Environmental Risks in the Global Economy, Corporate Counsel Quarterly, April 1995, at 72-73A; Trade and the Environment: The Next Wave of Environmental Issues for Latin American Business, Latin American Law and Bus. Rep., November 1993, at 1-2, 8; Practice Areas: Environmental Law and Litigation, Mining Law, Climate Change, Oil and Gas, Mediation. Email: