Alexa Richman-La Londe is Counsel in Riker Danzig's Environmental Group. She is experienced in various types of litigation, including CERCLA and Spill Act matters. She also counsels clients on various regulatory issues, including ISRA and Brownfields. In addition to her law degree, Alexa earned a masters degree in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School.
Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers has included Alexa in its Client’s Guide since 2013 for Environmental Law. The 2017 Guide states she is a “great” lawyer noted for her litigation strengths, with particular praise for her responsiveness and ability to deal with difficult complications that arise during complex cases. Previous editions describe her as “very diligent, conscientious and knowledgeable,” as well as “very capable and polished.” See Awards and Honors Methodology.
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While pursuing her J.D., Alexa served as Note Editor of the Vermont Law Review. Among her publications are "Bad Faith Claims in Environmental Coverage" (New Jersey Lawyer, October 20, 1997) and "Proving Bad Faith Claims in Environmental Coverage Actions" (New Jersey Law Journal, August 4, 1997).