SYRACUSE — Hancock Estabrook, LLP has noted that Wendy A. Marsh, chair of the firm’s Environmental and Zoning and Land Use Department, was honored as a 2023 Feinstone Award Recipient by the ESF College Foundation.
The program recognizes leaders who care for the environment, encourage volunteerism and add to society’s understanding of environmental issues and their solutions. The event supports the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
Marsh, a Geneva native who joined the firm in 1998, has been honored as a Best Lawyer in America since 2020. She concentrates her practice on assisting clients to resolve legal issues involving environmental or land use planning. She is active in supporting numerous arts and community organizations in Central New York and the Finger Lakes area. In addition to her private legal practice and volunteer roles, Marsh is a former chair of the ESF College Foundation Board. She and her partner, Dave Linger, have been active in the revitalization of Downtown Geneva since 2005.
“Wendy is an outstanding leader, an exceptional environmental and land use attorney and a highly valued member of our firm who has made significant contributions to our clients, to our firm and to numerous community organizations. We are delighted that she is being recognized for her service to ESF and to our community,” said Timothy P. Murphy, managing partner of Hancock Estabrook.
Read more from the Finger Lakes Times: https://www.fltimes.com/business/marsh-named-a-feinstone-award-recipient/article_9321296e-774c-11ee-b2e4-1f9b041b5671.html