Attorney Pamela Moreau
Attorney Pamela Moreau practices commercial and real estate law, handling a broad range of matters encompassing both litigation and transactions.
handles all aspects of real estate development from contract negotiation, leases, options, permitting, zoning, land use, development, conservation, title searches, and financing.
practice also includes property and commercial disputes, including contract and loan defaults, boundary disputes, condemnation, tax appeals, litigation and appellate advocacy, foreclosure, and loan work-outs.
advises businesses and non-profit entities on formation, governance, financing, 501(c)(3) status and employment issues.
Attorney Pamela Moreau was an editor of the Cornell Law Review and received the American Jurisprudence Award in Civil Procedure.
taught legal writing and was a research assistant for Professor Robert Summers, analyzing contract law and the Uniform Commercial Code.
Attorney Pamela Moreau clerked for the Honorable Joseph L. Tauro, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts and then was a trial attorney for the United States Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. In 1999, Attorney General Janet Reno awarded her the Attorney General's Distinguished Service Award for her work on litigation to force diesel engine manufacturers to comply with the Clean Air Act.
Attorney Pamela Moreau is past President of the Board of the Chittenden County Bar Association, and has served on the boards of several non-profit entities including Climbing Resource Access Group of Vermont and the Burlington Children's Space.
regularly provides assistance to community non-profit entities on formation and governance issues.