Jamie T. Hall is a partner of Channel Law Group, LLP and works primarily in the area of land use and environmental law, with a special focus in litigation and municipal/regulatory affairs. Jamie has prepared and defended numerous applications for land use permits in California and has worked closely with various communications/infrastructure providers and advocacy groups. In this capacity, Jamie has navigated through all stages of the land use approval process and has appeared before hearing officers, planning commissions and city councils.
In the regulatory arena, Jamie has processed applications for utility certifications in various state public utility commissions. Jamie also works in the firm’s litigation section, drafting court filings, defending and taking depositions, and conducting discovery. Outside of the communications context, Jamie maintains an environmental practice and is currently involved in numerous legal challenges to projects brought under the California Environmental Quality Act. Last year Jamie was successful in having a ballot referendum invalidated for noncompliance with CEQA in Kern County in a first of its kind case involving the regulation of medical marijuana.
Jamie was born and raised in West Texas. He attended The University of Texas at Austin and graduated with Honors with Bachelor degrees in both Journalism and History in 2001. In December 2004, Jamie earned his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law and Master of Public Affairs (M.P.Aff.) from the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas. Jamie is admitted to practice law in California and Texas.