67 Etna Road
Lebanon, NH 03766-1461
ph: 603-448-2211
dir: 603-442-4524

Environmental and Energy Law litigator.

Heidi Trimarco is an experienced litigator in environmental and energy law. Her litigation experience includes complex environmental matters, toxic torts, class actions, administrative actions and appellate matters in state and federal courts. She currently focuses her practice on representing clients in regulatory proceedings before siting boards such as the Vermont Public Utility Commission. She has a particular interest in and focus on renewable energy.  

Heidi is a guest lecturer in Environmental Law in the Environmental Studies Program at Dartmouth College and has served as an adjunct assistant professor at Miami University’s Institute for the Environmental and Sustainability, where she taught Environmental Law to undergraduate and graduate students.


Boston College Law School, J.D., 2006

Dartmouth College, B.A. Government and Public Policy, cum laude, 2002

Admissions & Clerkships

Massachusetts, 2006

Ohio, 2007 (inactive)

New York, 2009

New Hampshire, 2016

Vermont, 2018

Memberships & Activities
  • American Bar Association, 2006
  • Vermont Bar Association
  • New Hampshire Bar Association, 2017
Community Involvement
  • Board of Directors for the Hanover Nursery School, Secretary
  • Ford Sayre Memorial Ski Council/Bill Koch League, Nordic Ski Coach
  • Hanover Conservancy Board , Board Member
67 Etna Road
Lebanon, NH 03766-1461
ph: 603-448-2211
dir: 603-442-4524
fax: 603-448-9967

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