Lecelle Clarke of McGinnis Lochridge has been selected for inclusion into The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Black Lawyers in the state of Texas.

This honor is given to only the top 40 under 40 African American lawyers in each state or region with reputations for providing excellent legal representation in their respective practice areas. Membership into The National Black Lawyers is by invitation only and is based on current member referrals and independent research.

Lecelle focuses her practice on environmental law (air, water, and waste) and litigation on behalf of private industry clients. She also represents local government entities in a general counsel capacity, and electric and water utilities concerning diverse administrative and regulatory matters. Lecelle’s years of experience working for the State (the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Office of the Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Division), representing state agencies in litigation and enforcement proceedings related to environmental, public utilities, and natural resource issues, and her time in private practice has expanded her knowledge of and experience with federal, state, and local laws and procedures.

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