I enjoy assisting clients who are committed to environmental sustainability and promoting renewable energy.
Aaron Lang’s practice focuses primarily on environmental and energy law and covers a wide range of services, including litigation, regulatory proceedings, compliance, and environmental diligence in transactions.
A member of the firm’s Energy and Climate group, Aaron assists developers of renewable energy projects and related transmission facilities. He helps secure key permits for building utility-scale offshore wind facilities, conducts environmental diligence for solar energy projects, and represents energy industry clients in adjudicatory proceedings before state public utilities commissions in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Aaron also has extensive experience litigating and resolving complex environmental disputes, including under federal and state Superfund statutes, the federal Clean Air Act and multiple Massachusetts environmental laws, including laws and regulations governing sustainable coastline development. Aaron also helps clients on environmental due diligence and similar issues in real estate and corporate transactions.
Aaron draws on his litigation background, which has included representing clients in complex civil disputes in highly regulated industries. Aaron has helped litigate Medicare billing disputes under the False Claims Act and conduct internal investigations for healthcare and education clients. Aaron also has significant trial experience from serving for four months as a special assistant district attorney for Norfolk County, where he conducted seventeen criminal trials before judges and juries.
Aaron maintains an active pro bono immigration practice, representing unaccompanied migrant children seeking lawful permanent residency in the United States. He has also represented an immigrant detainee in a habeas corpus proceeding in Massachusetts federal district court.
Before joining the firm, Aaron served as law clerk for Justice Gary E. Hicks of the New Hampshire Supreme Court.