Earl M. Hill, Attorney


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Administrative Law, Minerals & Mining, Water, General Practice


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Earl Hill is Of Counsel in the Environmental, Energy and Natural Resources department and practices in the natural resources, mining law and public lands areas.  Before joining Parsons Behle & Latimer, he was a member of the Nevada firm of Marshall Hill Cassas & de Lipkau and its predecessors.  During the 1980's he was also a partner in the regional firm, Sherman & Howard.  In 1962 he served as a law clerk to the Supreme Court of the State of Nevada, and in the 1970's was a member and vice-chairman of Nevada's first Commission on Judicial Selection.  Earl has served as a member of the board of trustees of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation for more than 20 years and has authored and delivered papers to annual and special institutes of the Foundation.

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  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in America (Natural Resources, Nevada section) all years since beginning of publication of that directory.
  • Holds highest ratings in Martindale Hubbell Law Directory
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    University of Washington School of LawJ.D. Law SchoolN/A  
    University of Washington B.A., Bachelor of Arts
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    • NL Industries, Inc. v. Secretary of Interior of U.S. 1985

    • Christensen v. Chromalloy American Corp. 1983

    • Carmody v. Seventh Judicial Dist. Court In and For Lincoln County 1965

    • Alamo Irr. Co. v. U.S. 1965

    • 25 Corp., Inc. v. Eisenman Chemical Co. 1985

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    50 West Liberty Street
    Suite 750
    Reno, NV 89501
    39.528492,-119.804313

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