Ben maintains a general environmental practice that encompasses litigation, regulation, and project development. He practices regularly in the areas of natural resource management, infrastructure development, hazardous waste management, environmental due diligence, and endangered species, and has substantial experience in complex environmental litigation.
Representative matters include:
Ben also maintains an active pro bono practice, which has included successfully prosecuting a wrongful eviction claim, advising a major conservation non-profit on establishing conservation and marine protected areas in a British overseas territory, and drafting non-profit incorporation documents. He currently represents a state inmate in a post-conviction appeal.
Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Ben studied at Harvard Law School, where he served as a managing editor of the Harvard Environmental Law Review. Prior to law school, Ben worked as a lobster fishery biologist and research diver for the Florida Fish & Wildlife Research Institute.