Caroline E. Lee has a multifaceted environmental practice, with extensive experience in the areas of regulatory compliance, environmental matters concerning corporate and real estate transactions, land use, government enforcement actions, and environmental and product liability litigation, with a particular interest in water law. Caroline has represented clients in a range of industries, including real estate, commercial and solar development, industrial, chemical, and agricultural sectors, corporate successors, and other landholders, advising under federal, state, and local environmental, water, and natural resource laws.

In particular, Caroline has experience advising clients on matters regarding emerging contaminants, including PFAS; regulatory enforcement; investigation, remediation, and management of Superfund and other historically contaminated sites; vapor intrusion risk mitigation; water supply and rights issues including under California's Sustainable Groundwater Management Act; managing environmental diligence; negotiating and drafting a wide variety of contracts in corporate and real estate transactions; environmental, health, and safety and product compliance advising; environmental, social, and governance advising; and obtaining permits, entitlements, and other project approvals. She works on behalf of clients regularly interfacing with local, state, and federal environmental agencies. Her litigation experience includes administrative law, petitions for writ of mandate, and civil litigation, with involvement in all facets of motion practice, fact and expert witness development, as well as trial.