Aladdine Joroff is staff attorney and lecturer at Harvard Law School’s Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. She supervises environmental litigation and law reform projects, participates in governmental and NGO forums, speaks on climate change law and related subjects (such as the Clean Air Act and energy justice), and tracks examples nationwide of cities, towns and regional governments enacting local bylaws and ordinances as a reaction to climate change. Recent projects include a focus on energy and environmental justice, municipal programs for net zero emission buildings, adaptation strategies for inland communities and the judicial standards applicable to the use of downscaled climate projection data. Recent classes include "The Law and Policy of Climate Change: Influencing Decision Makers," offered at Harvard's Extension School and College.
Aladdine also counsels nonprofit organizations on incorporation and governance issues. Aladdine formerly practiced with the national environmental firm Beveridge & Diamond and, before that, Goodwin Procter in Boston. She served for several years on the Board of Directors for HEET: Home Energy Efficiency Team, and attended MIT and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Aladdine is also the owner of the Barrow Bookstore, a used and antiquarian bookstore located in Concord, Massachusetts (www.barrowbookstore.com).