Douglas Bosco

Douglas H. Bosco

Of Counsel

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Doug practices in the areas of regulatory and environmental law, legislation, and resource-related industries. His clients include California's largest land owners and insurers. He is Chairman of the State Coastal Conservancy, responsible for preservation of California's ocean, coastal and fishery resources.

Doug served in the California Legislature from 1978-1982, and the United States Congress from 1982-1990. His legislation included the California Wilderness Act of 1984, the California Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, the Klamath-Trinity Rivers Restoration Act, the California Renewable Resources Act, the Smith River National Recreation Area Act and other environmentally-oriented measures. In Congress, he served on the House Public Works and Transportation Committee, as well as the Foreign Affairs Committee.

Doug is a former member of the California Industrial Welfare Commission, with jurisdiction over state wages, labor standards and working conditions. He also served on the Judicial Nominations Committee named by former Governor Gray Davis. Prior to serving in the California Legislature, Doug was Director of the Marin County Human Affairs Department and Executive Director of the Marin County Housing Authority.


J.D., Willamette School of Law (1971)

B.A., Willamette University (1968)

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415-925-8400 Direct Phone
415-995-3531 Fax

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