Aladdine Dory Joroff, JD

Lecturer on Law, Staff Attorney and Senior Clinical Instructor, Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic, Harvard Law School
Aladdine Joroff is a lecturer and attorney at Harvard Law School's Emmett Environmental Law & Policy Clinic where she supervises environmental law reform and litigation projects. Her recent work includes a focus on energy and environmental justice, municipal programs for net zero emission buildings and climate change adaptation strategies, and federal rulemaking proceedings. Courses she has taught at the Clinic, Harvard College, and the Harvard Extension and Summer schools include "The Law and Policy of Climate Change: Influencing Decision Makers" and "Identifying and Managing Environmental Risks in Transactions". Prior to joining Harvard, Joroff practiced with the national environmental firm Beveridge & Diamond and, before that, Goodwin Procter in Boston, where her practice included advising corporate clients on managing the environmental aspects of transactions. She served for several years on the Board of Directors of HEET: Home Energy Efficiency Team, and attended MIT and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

Education

  • JD University of Pennsylvania Law School