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Dan Slone

Dan Slone is a partner in the Richmond, VA office of the international law firm McGuireWoods LLP. He represents property owners developing innovative new land use strategies for more sustainable developments and open spaces, and he counsels product manufacturers regarding the unique opportunities and impediments facing green products. Mr. Slone has been the outside counsel for the U.S. Green Building Counsel for a decade, and has represented the Congress for the New Urbanism since it was formed. He represents or serves on the boards of several non-profit organizations focusing on sustainable practices or urban design. 

Mr. Slone is cited constantly on lists of “top lawyers” for businesses, and has won awards for his service for the environment. He is a frequent author of articles and a national speaker regarding green development. In the summer of 2008, Mr. Slone and co-author Doris Goldstein wrote A Legal Guide to Urban and Sustainable Development for Planners, Developers and Architects. In 2007 ULI published Developing Sustainable Planned Communities, which includes his chapter on “Maintaining Sustainability.” In 2009 the ABA released Green Building and Sustainable Development: The Practical Legal Guide, which contains a chapter he wrote as well. Mr. Slone has written chapters on energy and legal arrangements in a book on eco-industrial development and a chapter in a book to be published later this year entitled Resilient Community Handbook.