With a background in environmental geology and the analytical skills that come with it, Mack Carlson is a member of the firm’s Natural Resources Department. At Brownstein, Mack works with various partners across the natural resources practice area on a variety of topics, including water law, land use, environmental law and public law.
Before attending law school, Mack was a hydrogeologist in California and Utah, where he worked for an international mining company and an investor-owned water utility. While in law school, he was a judicial extern for U.S. District Court Judge Miranda Du in Nevada and a legal extern with the Office of the California Attorney General’s Office in the Land, Environment and Natural Resources Section. He also was a panel co-chair of the California Water Law Symposium, served as president of the Water Association of Law & Policy and participated in the inaugural class of the Aoki Water Justice Clinic.