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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, Washington University-St. Louis School of Law, 2017, Chief Project Editor of Washington University Journal of Law and Policy; Dean's List
    • B.A., cum laude, Tulane University, 2013, Economics, Political Science, International Development, Latin American Studies
Sean Pluta represents a diverse set of clients on a wide variety of regulatory and environmental litigation matters. He has extensive technical experience applying the latest legal research techniques and navigating through cutting-edge legal resources. Sean’s experience ranges from working in environmental defense, applying for federal and state assistance following natural disasters, and environmental advocacy.

Sean’s experience includes representing clients in various phases of litigation, as well as preparing clients for hearings before government officials. He provides litigation support in all phases of discovery, assists with depositions, and drafts arguments for contested motions. His diligent researching of the ever-changing environmental regulatory frameworks helps keep clients in a position to reduce or eliminate potential liabilities.

Sean has worked on behalf of mine operators to navigate state property law in Illinois. He also helps companies address and comply with federal, state, and local laws relating to hazardous waste disposal. Sean also aids real estate developers in Mississippi and Tennessee in quickly addressing environmental concerns that arise.