Alina Werth specializes in supporting business development efforts for Brownstein’s Natural Resources and Real Estate practices where her background in environmental sciences provides a technical understanding of how market trends and/or regulations may provide new business opportunities for Brownstein and our clients. She also works on natural resources and real estate matters that intersect with land use and/or water law, with particular emphasis on cannabis and industrial hemp. She both supports business development initiatives as well as the firm’s attorneys by conducting research and analysis on local regulations and ordinances to better understand how pending changes may affect our clients’ interests. Alina’s background in environmental science provides a unique skillset to complement Brownstein's work on behalf of our clients.
Prior to Brownstein, Alina interned with The Nature Conservancy as a global water markets analyst and was a research assistant at the University of California Santa Barbara analyzing the impact of state and local land use policies on development in wildfire-prone regions of California.