David B. Losee
David B Losee began his legal career in 1971 - just one year after Congress created the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Ever since, he has been at the forefront of environmental law in Connecticut. In the 1970s, as special counsel to the Connecticut Legislature’s Environment Committee, he was instrumental in drafting many of the state’s first environmental statutes. In 2002, he was lead counsel to the first college in the nation to complete the EPA’s Audit Policy Program, an “amnesty” program for regulated entities. Throughout his career, he has shared his extensive knowledge of environmental law and policy in speeches to organizations, business groups and public institutions. His groundbreaking 2002 work in developing the college peer-audit program established a benchmark for future audits — not only of universities and colleges, but of all EPA-regulated industries. Dave now serves as special counsel to an ever-growing number of regulated industries in their environmental audit and environmental management programs.