Greg A. Hibbard

Born and raised in Olympia, Washington, Greg was regularly exposed to the legislative and administrative management decisions that impacted the natural resources that surrounded him. That upbringing led Greg to study geology and economics, which allowed him to develop both a scientific understanding of the environment and an appreciation for the financial and societal implications that must be considered when managing natural resources.

Greg's litigation experience includes representing clients on key natural resource issues in state and federal courts. He advocates for the continued viability of key natural resource industries in the Pacific Northwest, including in the fisheries and forest products sector. His litigation experience also extends to other environmental matters, including recovery of costs incurred by clients to remediate hazardous waste sites.

Greg prioritizes building lasting relationships with his clients to best understand their business needs and to ensure that their perspectives are heard and understood during litigation or other conflict resolutions. Greg relies on this interdisciplinary and personal approach to achieve responsible, profitable, and lasting solutions for his clients.


Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College
L.L.M., Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law

University of Washington School of Law
Juris Doctorate
Managing Editor of Washington Journal of Environmental Law and Policy

Pacific Lutheran University
Bachelor of Science, Geosciences
Bachelor of Arts, Economics

Court Admissions

Washington State Courts
Oregon State Courts
U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Representative Experience

Wild Fish Conservancy v. Jennifer Quan, Chris Oliver, National Marine Fisheries Service, Gina M. Raimondo, United States Department of Commerce, Alaska Trollers Association, and State of Alaska, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Case No. 23-35322, 2023

Represented the Alaska Trollers Association against the Wild Fish Conservancy.

Contact Greg

71 Columbia Street, Suite 325
Seattle, WA 98104

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