Holly J. Jacobson
Holly Jacobson acts as of counsel for Bartkiewicz, Kronick & Shanahan, PC. Holly’s practice includes serving as trial counsel in cases involving complex surface water right disputes, groundwater adjudications, writs of mandate, and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). She counsels public and private clients regarding various regulations, proceedings before the State Water Resources Control Board, and provides general advice to agencies and businesses.
Prior to joining the firm, Holly served as counsel to individuals and businesses in general litigation on a wide range of disputes in state and federal courts. She also represented clients facing significant OSHA violations and advised clients on California’s cannabis laws. She received her undergraduate Degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Biology from CSU Sacramento and J.D. from the University of Oregon. In law school, Holly chaired the Northwest Water Law Symposium, was a Board Member of the Green Business Initiative and served as a Board Member of the Eugene Toxics Board. She received recognition for her studies in Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Ocean and Coastal Law.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Holly was a Hazardous Substances Scientist with the Department of Toxic Substances Control and worked as a Fisheries Technician on a project for the Pacific States Marine Commission identifying native and invasive macroinvertebrates.