With climate change driving national and international policy and a growing number of companies adopting sustainable practices, it’s a good time to be a lawyer at environmental law-focused Beveridge & Diamond. Clients understand that climate change is not just an environmental issue, but an economic one, too, said firm managing partner Ben Wilson.

More states and local governments are getting into the regulation game, and federal agencies are crossing into new areas, according to energy practice co-chair Laura McAfee. “You have [the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission] asking air questions,” she said.

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