L. Brooke Dingledine
Brooke Dingledine concentrates her talents in environmental, land use/zoning, civil litigation, employment, professional regulation and criminal defense. She attended the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University where she received her B.S., summa cum laude and was a Phi Kappa Phi Scholar. In 1994 she earned her J.D., cum laude and a Master of Studies in Environmental Law, magna cum laude from Vermont Law School.
Brooke served as a law clerk to the United States Department of Justice Environmental Enforcement Section and is admitted to the Bar of District of Columbia, Massachusetts and Vermont. She is a member of the American Bar Association, Vermont Bar Association, Vermont Association for Justice, Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, and the Washington County Bar Association, for which she served as President from 2004 to 2008.
Brooke lives in Randolph with her family who are the proud owners of a rapidly growing Labrador Retriever puppy. She is Chair of the Randolph Elementary School Board of which she has been a member since 2003. During her free time Brooke volunteers as a youth sports coach and leadership mentor and is an avid backcountry and telemark skier.