In the broadest sense, police power is what allows a government to create and enforce the law. In America, it allows the states to create laws and rules in order to protect their citizens. The Tenth Amendment of the Constitution bestows police power to the states, which in turn share it with the smaller government entities within their borders.
Cameron (Cam) Leonard, a senior counsel in the firm's Environment, Energy & Resources practice, has more than 25 years of experience working in natural resource and environmental law. He represents clients on a wide variety of environmental and natural resource issues, focusing on project development, infrastructure and permitting for the mining, oil and gas, and energy. Cam is an experienced litigator and trial lawyer with a wide range of experience in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies, having first-chaired some of the most significant natural resources cases in the State of Alaska over the past twenty years
He is experienced in general civil and criminal litigation, including jury and court trial practice. He has held leadership positions with a number of state legal and environmental organizations, including positions as a member of the Alaska Legal Services Board of Directors and as civil law representative to the Western States Hazardous Waste Project as well as past Chair of the Chena Riverfront Commission.
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