Christopher Miller, Executive Director
Prior to joining EELC, Chris was a partner at Maraziti Falcon, LLP, where he litigated environmental and land use cases on behalf of local governments throughout the State. Chris is a graduate of Vermont Law School where he earned a J.D. and a Master of Studies in Environmental Law cum laude, and served as a student attorney in the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic. Chris lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.

Daniel Greenhouse, Senior Staff Attorney
Before joining EELC, Dan handled environmental litigation at Cullen and Dykman, LLP in Princeton. Prior to that, he represented the NJ Department of Environmental Protection as  Deputy Attorney General at the NJ Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of Law. He is a graduate of Rutgers Law School, Camden and Binghamton University. Dan lives in Skillman, NJ with his wife, a teacher, and three young children.

William Bittinger, Staff Attorney
 Will is a graduate of Vermont Law School and Brown University. Prior to joining EELC, he worked as a contract attorney for Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C. in White River Junction, VT, conducting legal research on property law issues. Prior to that, Will was a Legal Fellow at the Environmental Defense Fund in Washington, DC, and Fellow at Sustainable Energy Advantage in Boston, MA.

Amy Koehler, Office Manager/Legal Assistant
Amy  joined EELC in July 2016 as the Office Manager/Legal Assistant. Amy has a background in non-profit work as well as journalism, having worked at CNN for more than 20 years in both Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA.  As an assignment editor and producer, Amy traveled extensively, domestically and internationally, often as part of the White House press corps.  Amy is a graduate of the University of Maryland.