Chris Noble has 35 years of legal experience representing architects and designers nationally and internationally. Chris, a graduate of Yale Law School, was a partner at Hill & Barlow where he chaired the Construction Law Practice Group before founding Noble & Wickersham. (Full bio)

Jay Wickersham, FAIA, has worked in all areas of design and development, as Assistant Secretary of Environmental Affairs for Massachusetts, as a private lawyer, and as an architect and land use planner. Jay holds both law and architecture degrees from Harvard. (Full bio)

Bennet Heart is the former General Counsel of the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs and has broad environmental and land use law experience. Bennet graduated from George Washington University Law School. (Full bio)

Julie Taylor was in-house counsel for a major national construction company for nine years and worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency for five years. She was in private practice after her graduation from Harvard Law School. (Full bio)

Barbara Landau has worked for the MA Department of Environmental Protection, a brownfields real estate company and in private law practice. She holds a law degree from Northeastern University and a masters degree in City and Regional Planning from Harvard University. (Full bio)

Catherine Redmond is an experienced environmental attorney who joined Noble, Wickersham & Heart in 2015. She came to the firm after having served for over ten years as in-house counsel for the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District, one of California’s largest environmental agencies. (Full bio)