Amanda G. Gurren is an associate in the firm's Real Estate, Environmental, Energy and Telecommunications practices, which provides her with a unique experience to understand how these separate, yet often interrelated practices interact. Amanda's real estate focus has encompassed both commercial and residential transactions, including finance, leasing and acquisitions. She has evaluated lessor/lessee liability under federal and state environmental laws and had conducted environmental due diligence for the purchase and sale of environmentally-impacted real property.
As a member of the Environmental and Energy team, Amanda has been engaged in the permitting and siting of renewable energy facilities, including preparing responses to agency-issued requests for proposals and assisting in the energy facilities application process. Amanda has also assisted in the representation of governmental agencies in connection with various grant and loan programs established to provide financial assistance and funding to both private and public entities.
During law school, Amanda was an intern for the American Bar Association Racial Justice Improvement Program, during which time two of her articles were published in the ABA's White Collar Crime Newsletter.
Connecticut Bar Association - Environmental Law Section, Clyde O. Fisher Award Committee
CT Power and Energy Society (CPES) - New Energy Professionals Committee
Environmental Law Institute
News & Insights
- All in on Al Fresco? What Municipalities Need to Consider as Connecticut Moves to Expand Outside Dining Under COVID-19 Executive Order 7MM05.13.2020
- Governor Lamont’s Executive Order 7X dated 04-10-2020 Addresses Evictions and Real Estate Proceedings During COVID-19 Crisis04.10.2020
- EPA Announces Policy of Enforcement Discretion for Compliance with Pollution Control Requirements Affected by COVID-19 Outbreak04.03.2020
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Announces New Temporary Enforcement Policy During COVID-19 Outbreak03.30.2020
- An Overview of the Connecticut Department of Economic Community Development's (DECD) Small Business Express Recovery Bridge Loan Program03.27.2020
- 2020 Environmental Legislative Update No. 2: “Be Careful What You Wish For” - The End of the Transfer Act?03.02.2020
- Connecticut DEEP Intends to Reissue Stormwater General Permit with New Requirements for Solar Facilities – Public Information Session to be Held January 8, 202012.31.2019
- Connecticut DEEP Seeks to Overhaul Remediation Standards – Expansion of LEP Approval Authority, Part II: Groundwater Contamination08.29.2019
- Connecticut DEEP Seeks to Overhaul Remediation Standards – Expansion of LEP Approval Authority, Part I: Soil Contamination08.16.2019
- Connecticut DEEP seeks to Overhaul Remediation Standards – Groundwater VOC Volatilization Criteria and Transition Provisions08.13.2019
- CT DEEP Provides Additional Guidance on Stormwater Requirements for the Construction of Solar Projects08.01.2019
- “20 By '20”: Commissioner Dykes Announces DEEP’s New “20 By '20” Initiative at the 2019 CBIA Energy and Environment Conference… And Solicits the Public’s Input06.17.2019
- Connecticut’s DEEP Issues Draft Program Rules for New Statewide Shared Clean Energy Facility Program05.13.2019