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Roger J. Marzulla is one of the nation’s leading water, property, and environmental lawyers and served as the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the U.S. Justice Department’s Environment and Natural Resources Division.

Nancie G. Marzulla is Co-Chair of the Court of Federal Claims Chief Judge’s Advisory Council and was the founder of Defenders of Property Rights, where she was involved in takings cases in the Supreme Court, federal courts of appeal, and trial courts.

Why Marzulla?

As a boutique law firm, strong client relationships are the cornerstone of our practice. We listen carefully to our clients’ needs to understand exactly what’s at stake. We have decades of experience focused on litigation in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, environmental matters, and litigation in the Federal District Court and the Federal Court of Appeals.

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Phone: 202-822-6760
Fax: 1 202-822-6774

Address: 1150 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 1050, Washington, DC 20036

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Marzulla Law, LLC
1150 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202-822-6760
Fax: 202-822-6774
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