Anxhela (Angela) Mile is a Staff Attorney at Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) in the Clean Energy and Climate Change and Environmental Justice Programs. In her role, she focuses on reducing carbon emissions in a just manner and ensuring Massachusetts reaches its climate targets by working alongside community groups to improve energy efficiency, permitting and siting of renewable energy facilities, and eliminating polluting plants.
Prior to joining CLF, Anxhela was an associate at a boutique law firm in White Plains, New York. She also served as an assistant editor and co-author on a publication on the Sustainable Development Goals and Indigenous Peoples’ rights.
Anxhela graduated from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University (Pace Law) with her J.D. and LL.M. in Global Environmental Law. Her LL.M. thesis focused on the movement seeking an Advisory Opinion from the International Court of Justice on climate duties within international law. She received her B.S. in environmental geoscience and international studies from Boston College. During law school, Anxhela interned at the Department of Justice (Environmental Enforcement), the United Nations, and for Edgardo Ramos in the Southern District of New York.
She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and New York.
During her free time, Anxhela can be found traveling and exploring New England beaches, spending time with her family, listening to music, and staying active with Peloton.