Bob Greene

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Bob Greene

Andrew Robert (Bob) Greene practiced environmental law with Bradley Arant Rose & White in Birmingham from 1991-2008. He retired from full time practice in 2005 to teach law – visiting first at Alabama and then at Cumberland from 2006-2018. Prior to moving to Birmingham in 1991, Bob practiced law in Atlanta. Bob is a former Chair of the Environmental Law Sections of both the Alabama and Georgia state bars and a former Deputy Regional Counsel at the U.S. EPA, Region IV in Atlanta, Georgia. He received his A.B. from Georgetown University and his J.D. from Catholic University Columbus School of Law.

From 1997 to 1999, Bob was Chair of the Citizen’s Advisory Committee for the Greenways SEP (Supplemental Environmental Project) under the Jefferson County sewer settlement.  This led to the creation of what is now the Freshwater Land Trust. From 2001 to 2004 Bob was the first President of Friends of the Railroad District (FoRRD). This was the predecessor organization to the Railroad Park Foundation which now operates the Railroad Park. Bob is an alum of Black Warrior Riverkeeper having been on the Board from 2010-2015 (President 2011-2013, Vice-President 2014-2015). Bob is married to Carol Schulz, who is a member of New Horizons. Bob and Carol have three grown children and seven grandchildren.

Bob Greene visits a tributary of the White River. Photo by Carol Schulz


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