Natalia P. Teekah was nearing completion of her bachelor’s degree in biology when she came across Jonathan Harr’s A Civil Action—a book that sparked her interest in the field of environmental law. Natalia realized then that her science background could be an asset in more than just a laboratory, and that law would give her the tools to help make a substantial impact in the lives of others. She has since gone on to become the first attorney in her family.
Now, Natalia’s practice is concentrated on helping her clients with regulatory compliance issues, transactional due diligence, contaminated site redevelopment, and solid and hazardous waste matters.
Before joining Parker McCay, Natalia was a student clinician at the Environmental and Natural Resources Legal Clinic at Vermont Law School. Prior to that, she was a legal researcher and legislative extern with Vermont Public Interest Research Group, the largest environmental advocacy organization in the state of Vermont. She has also served on the Executive Board of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law.
Natalia enjoys reading, traveling, and SCUBA diving, and she hopes to take up fencing again—a hobby that she enjoyed during college.
News & Speaking Engagements
- Time to Dish the Dirt Part 2: Potential Changes to NJ's Soil and Fill Recycling Industry on the HorizonParker McCay Blog, January 10, 2020
- Parker McCay Blog, November 25, 2019
- Parker McCay Blog, November 11, 2019
- Parker McCay Blog, October 24, 2019
- Parker McCay Blog, August 27, 2019
- Update: Governor Signs Clean Stormwater and Flood Reduction Act into Law Paving the Way for Stormwater UtilitiesParker McCay Blog, May 3, 2019