Maram Salaheldin is an Associate in Clark Hill’s Washington DC office in the Environment, Energy & Natural Resources group. Her practice focuses on providing environmental management and regulatory compliance support to U.S. and multinational clients, with an emphasis on risks and liabilities arising under environmental, health, and safety (EHS) laws, particularly with regard to solid and hazardous waste management, including transboundary movements under the Basel Convention. Maram also advises on other transboundary environmental issues, such as climate risk and sustainability, and associated agreements, such as the Montreal Protocol. In addition, she provides consultation to clients on environmental management system (EMS) implementation and auditing.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Maram worked in EHS compliance and management systems consulting, interpreting and implementing practical applications of U.S. regulations, foreign laws, and international treaties and agreements for government and commercial clients across diverse sectors.