Attorney, specializing in agricultural, environment and energy issues affecting northern plains communities and landowners. Founded and secured funding for Plains Justice, a public interest law center serving Northern Plains communities on energy and environmental issues.
Prior to joining the firm in 2012, she spent six years as the founding director of Plains Justice, an NGO working on energy and environmental justice issues in the northern plains states.
Plains Justice's major campaigns have included landowner representation on the Keystone tar sands pipeline system, utility regulatory practice to advance clean energy policy, and surface mining litigation.
La Seur is an Oxford and Yale Law graduate and Rhodes Scholar, licensed to practice law in Montana and Wyoming, and before various federal courts. She has served as a gubernatorial appointee on state clean energy development and environmental agency oversight boards, speaks and publishes regularly on climate, energy, and agricultural issues, and chairs the Nonprofit Law Section of the Montana State Bar Association.