Peter D. Mohr, Attorney
Peter Mohr practices energy, environmental, natural resources, and real property law, with an emphasis in water law. Prior to moving to Oregon in the fall of 2001, Mr. Mohr practiced law in Denver, Colorado where he represented both private and public sector interests in one of the most arid and rapidly growing regions in the nation.
Today, Mr. Mohr continues to serve a broad client base in matters ranging from environmental regulatory compliance to energy and natural resource acquisition and development. His experience representing the public sector and the public interest includes clients such as local water supply districts, county, state, and federal agencies and non-governmental organizations. Private sector clients represent a diverse array of interests including commercial real estate, golf course operations, renewable energy development, and large and small agriculture operations.
Having worked extensively in over-appropriated basins, Mr. Mohr also maintains a firm understanding of market mechanisms that drive water availability and is skilled in developing procurement and utilization strategies for satisfying clients' future water needs.
|Education:||Connecticut College B.A.|
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