Paul Hagen practices in the areas of U.S. and international environmental law. He advises a diverse group of multinational corporations and trade associations on market access, global supply chain, and product stewardship matters in the United States, and in key markets worldwide. Paul serves on the boards of several leading conservation non-profit organizations, including the Conservation Fund and the Chesapeake Conservancy, and he is a former board member and Chair of the Environmental Law Institute. He has advised governments in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East on the drafting of environmental and natural resources legislation. In addition, he has taught as an adjunct professor at the Washington College of Law at American University (Washington, D.C., Geneva). Paul’s environmental practice has been prominently recognized in Chambers USA and other leading publications, including The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers.