Hillary Vedvig

Environmental Attorney at Foley & Lardner LLP

Hillary Vedvig practices environmental law at Foley & Lardner, LLP, and serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of South Carolina and graduated from Yale Law School in 2017. Hillary assists clients with sustainability reporting and works on various Environmental, Social, and Governance issues, including conservation easements, carbon offsets, and greenhouse gas emission reductions. She advises clients in all areas of environmental law, including environmental compliance counseling, transactions, and environmental litigation. 

Hillary works extensively on environmental and permitting matters related to the design, development, and operation of renewable energy projects. She co-founded Sustainable Saplings, a blog dedicated to education on sustainability in the Midwest, serves on the Board of Heartland Farm Sanctuary, and is the former Co-Chair of the Climate Reality Project's Wisconsin chapter. Previously, she was a Regional Voter Protection Director for the 2020 Biden Presidential Campaign.

Hillary was awarded the 2022 Lynford Lardner Community Service Award, the Wisconsin Law Journal Up and Coming Lawyers Award in April of 2021, and the Outstanding Service Award by the Dane County Bar Association for work with the Eviction Defense Project in 2019.

Hillary Vedvig

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