Commences regular contributions to prominent online publication. Chuck Wolfe joins industry and thought leaders with regular contributions to The Huffington Post. See Chuck’s contributions here.
Discusses Puget Sound Regional Land Use Issues and Addresses Walkability in BNA Articles. BNA’s Real Estate Law and Industry Report profiles Chuck Wolfe, here as a “land use expert” relating the “big picture” of Seattle’s development scene and discusses walkability and pedestrianism in response to creation of a pedestrian zone in New York City’s Times Square, here.
Named Among 10 Highest Rated Environmental and Natural Resources Attorneys in Washington by Washington CEO Magazine as part of its feature article on the “Top Business Attorneys in Washington”
Included in Super Lawyers list since 2002 by Washington Law & Politics and on a recent list of the Top 40 Environmental/Land Use Law Super Lawyers
Named 2010, 2011 and 2012 Top Lawyer by Seattle Met Magazine
Awarded 2006-2007 “Volunteer of the Year” by the University of Washington College of Built Environments
Chaired the Environmental Practice Group as a partner with Foster Pepper PLLC in Seattle
Law degree from the University of Oregon, Master of Regional Planning from Cornell University