Brigid Khuri is an associate in the firm’s Harrisburg office. She focuses her practice on regulatory compliance, with a focus on energy, environmental, and natural resource matters. Brigid has represented clients in environmental litigation matters before the Environmental Hearing Board and regularly provides counsel related to evolving regulations of concern to clients in the industrial, manufacturing, and utility sectors. Brigid also assists clients in the areas of campaign finance and advertising.
Prior to joining the firm, Brigid served as a law clerk for the Honorable J. Michael Eakin of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
During law school, she served as an intern at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and a clerk in the chambers of U.S. Federal Magistrate Judge Timothy R. Rice. Prior to law school Brigid spent a semester working in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. She also worked as an intern in the Philadelphia Defender’s Association’s Juvenile Unit.
- Camp Hill Borough Planning Commission, 2017 to present
- James S. Bowman American Inn of Court
- Pennsylvania Bar Association: Environmental and Energy Law Section
- Dauphin County Bar Association: Young Lawyers Division
- Saint Joseph’s University Law Alumni Executive Committee
- Saint Joseph’s University Women’s Leadership Council
- “Multistate Litigation” Pennsylvania Environmental Law Forum, Harrisburg, April 4, 2019
- “The Pennsylvania Environmental Rights Amendment: Implications for All Attorney’s” Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Mechanicsburg and Pittsburgh, December 2017
- Environmental Compliance Issues Conference, Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, October 20, 2015
- “What North Carolina Can Learn From Other States About Compulsory Pooling,” North Carolina Mining & Energy Commission’s Compulsory Pooling Study Group, via teleconference, March 1, 2013
- “Compulsory Pooling: Science and the Law,” Washington County Bar Association’s Winter Bench Bar with Dr. Terry Engelder of Penn State, Hilton Garden Inn, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, February 10, 2012
- “Pooling: Fair or Forced,” Wyoming County Penn State Cooperative Extension Community Meeting with Dr. Terry Engelder of Penn State, Tunkhannock Area Middle School, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, November 22, 2011
- "Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Law Practice," (Contributor) First Edition, Bisel, Fall 2012
- "Getting to Yes: A Proposal for a Statutory Approach to Compulsory Pooling in Pennsylvania," Environmental Law Reporter, produced by Environmental Law Institute in Washington, D.C., 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 11044 (Westlaw); 41 ELR 11044 (Lexis), November 2011