Mason Overstreet

Biography

Mason Overstreet is a Staff Attorney with the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic. During law school, Mason worked as a student clinician in the ENRLC, clerked with the Vermont Attorney General Environmental Protection Division, served as a Fall Associate with Conservation Law Foundation, a Research Associate with the Earth Law Center, and was the Vermont Editor of the Vermont Law Review. Prior to law school, Mason was the Conservation Director for Friends of the West Shore in Lake Tahoe, California. More recently, he completed a two-year LLM Toxics Fellowship with the ENRLC, taught Environmental Law and Policy at Colby-Sawyer College and performed contract work for American Rivers. Outside of work, he serves on the board of the Greater Upper Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited and the Center for Ecological Living and Learning.

He earned a BS, magna cum laude, in Environmental Studies, Conservation, and Policy from the University of Alabama; a Master of Environmental Law and Policy; and a JD from Vermont Law School, magna cum laude, with a land use certificate. Mason and his wife, Jacqueline, live in East Barnard, Vermont with their son, George, and two yellow labs, Ava and Lady. Mason is an avid fly fisherman and also enjoys mountain biking, backcountry skiing, and whitewater paddling.