Henrie, MIchelle

Author Description

Michelle Henrie is a project development attorney with offices in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Her practice involves water law, land use, real estate, environmental law, and development of natural resources. Ms. Henrie’s work involves all phases of development projects: acquisition, strategy, working with permitting agencies, and resolving disputes and appeals. Ms. Henrie is a LEED (Green building) Accredited Professional and she is ranked among top New Mexico lawyers in the category of Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries by Chambers USA. Ms. Henrie holds degrees from Vermont Law School, The University of Chicago, and Utah State University.

Authored Reports

Produced Water & Regulatory Structure: Colorado Struggles with Coalbed Methane Jurisdiction & Control,Closed Loop Geothermal Power Plants: New Mexico Clarifies Permit Process,Interview of Scott A. Verhines, New Mexico State Engineer