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Nossaman LLP

Brian Ferrasci-O'Malley


T 206.395.7622
719 Second Avenue, Suite 1200
Seattle, WA 98104

Brian Ferrasci-O’Malley is a member of Nossaman's Environment and Land Use Practice Group.  Mr. Ferrasci-O’Malley’s practice focuses on environmental and natural resource litigation, permitting, and review.  He assists clients in cases arising under CERCLA, MTCA, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Endangered Species Act.  Mr. Ferrasci-O’Malley also has extensive experience regarding natural resources damages (NRD) matters and the regulations and policy involved in that area.

Prior to joining Nossaman, Mr. Ferrasci-O’Malley was an attorney with the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of the Solicitor, where he managed a nationwide docket of NRD cases under CERCLA and OPA.  In that role, he advised case teams on litigation risks and compliance with NEPA and a wide variety of environmental statutes and regulations.  He also coordinated with federal, state, and tribal partners during the NRD claim assessment and restoration processes.  Mr. Ferrasci-O’Malley began his legal career as an associate at a boutique environmental law firm in Seattle.

Mr. Ferrasci-O’Malley holds undergraduate and graduate scientific degrees, and before pursuing a career as an attorney, worked as an environmental consultant involved in habitat restoration and community-based conservation projects across Washington State and Montana.

Awards & Honors

Doris Duke Conservation Fellow, 2005

Brian  Ferrasci-O'Malley
Brian  Ferrasci-O'Malley



J.D., University of Washington School of Law, 2013

M.S., University of Montana, 2008

B.S., Boston College, 2004


U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington

U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington


Professional Affiliations

Member, American Bar Association (ABA) 

Vice-Chair, ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources: Superfund and Natural Resource Damages Litigation Committee

Member, Washington State Bar Association

Awards & Honors

Doris Duke Conservation Fellow, 2005

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