Elizabeth K. Hocking
Energy and Environmental Program Attorney
Natural Resource Economics and Systems Analysis Team
DegreeJ.D., Washington College of Law, American University, 1991.
Current RoleEnergy and Environmental Program Attorney, Land and Renewable Resources, providing statutory, regulatory, and policy analysis.
CapabilitiesAssessments of the role and impact of existing and proposed environmental laws, regulations, and policies on the environmental and sustainable management of DOE and Department of Defense sites; for the Department of Homeland Security, assess issues affecting the security and resilience of dams and levees.
- Argonne project leader: Disposition and long-term stewardship of contaminated federal real and personal property; directives development for DOE sites; development of handbooks, guides, templates to advance dam and levee security and resilience.
- Principal investigator: National Environmental Policy Act support to National Nuclear Security Administration academic grants programs.
- Consultant: National Research Council Committee on Remediation of Buried and Tank Wastes, 1996-2000; invited speaker, 30th International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies, Italy.