Jim Banks takes on the toughest environmental and legal challenges. Always in a leadership role, Jim has spearheaded the advocacy efforts of a national environmental organization, directed the legal and regulatory affairs of a major corporation, and led the global Environmental practice at Hogan Lovells. His combination of legal experience and engineering training enables him to help clients develop practical and imaginative solutions to their biggest problems.
At the firm, Jim represents clients in federal court litigation, licensing of major infrastructure, such as mines and oil and gas export facilities, water quality permitting, and endangered species issues.
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1975; B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Kansas, 1972