Laura Hill-Eubanks


Laura Hill-Eubanks is a founding and managing member of the company. Laura's work is concentrated in environmental law and policy. Her areas of focus include environmental regulation and conservation, land use and property, climate change, renewable energy, and taxation.



  • Vermont Law School, Juris Doctor (JD); American Jurisprudence Award for classes in Extinction (Endangered Species Act), and Environmental Law and Real Estate Transactions.
  • Vermont Law School, Masters in Environmental Law (MSEL), magna cum laude.
  • University of Rhode Island, Bachelor of Science (BS), Animal Science; National Merit Scholar.
  • University of Vermont, coursework in wildlife biology and ecology.

Professional Background


Ms. Hill-Eubanks is an attorney whose professional background includes work in environmental regulation and compliance, land use and permitting, renewable energy policy, wildlife conservation, and tax issues. She has worked in state government and law firms, and as a policy specialist for a private company. She also has a background in biology, giving her a unique mix of knowledge and skills necessary to deal effectively with the technical and regulatory information prevalent in the field of environmental policy.

Ms. Hill-Eubanks is licensed to practice law in the state of Vermont and in US Federal Court, District of Vermont. 

Admissions, Memberships and Appointments

  • Licensed Attorney, Vermont, and US Federal Court, District of Vermont
  • Member, Vermont Bar Association
    • Section of Environmental Law
    • Section of Property Law
    • Section of Tax Law
  • Authorized IRS tax return e-File Provider
  • Notary Public, State of Vermont
  • Member, Conservation Commission, Northfield, VT
  • Representative (Northfield), Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission



Ms. Hill-Eubanks is a former sheep farmer, sometime bird watcher, and devoted conservationist. She also enjoys cultivating the many trees and plants on her property, walking her overweight Labrador Retriever, and working with her husband on the never-ending renovations of the old Vermont farmhouses in which they've resided.