Robert Lamilla finds environmental law to be the most intriguing and rewarding area in which to practice. The core issues in environmental cases are meaningful to not only the players involved in a case, but the public at large as well. Due to the large impact and high profile of environmental matters, Robert provides careful consideration and strategic advice to his clients so that they can successfully navigate the field of environmental law. For Robert, the most satisfying part of his practice of environmental law is to witness the remediation of contaminated sites as they transform from dangerous eyesores to their reimagined productive uses.
Robert has a practical and solutions-focused approach to working with his clients. He practices in a wide range of areas within environmental law. He provides a hands-on approach to his clients, guiding them through their environmental matters including site remediation projects, solid and hazardous waste compliance, NJPDES permitting, Freshwater Wetlands permitting and litigation, and grant and loan applications. Robert also counsels clients on solar energy projects.
Prior to joining the firm, he served as a deputy attorney general for the State of New Jersey in the Environmental Enforcement and Environmental Justice Section. Notably, Robert obtained numerous successful outcomes in high profile litigation, including a published appellate division decision in State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection v. Alsol Corp., 461 N.J. Super 354 (App. Div. 2019).
Robert lives in Haddon Township, New Jersey with his wife and their two retired racing greyhounds. He enjoys distance running, playing soccer, and watching sports.
News & Speaking Engagements
- December 2, 2020
- Honorable Margaret Goodzeit, P.J. Ch. in Somerville, New Jersey
- New Jersey Administrative Offices of the Courts in Trenton, New Jersey
Rutgers University School of Law, Camden, J.D., 2015
Austin College, Sherman, Texas, B.A., 2012