Beth Allgood Blalock ’96 is an attorney with a wide range of experience in environmental and land-use issues. Her primary practice areas include the acquisition and redevelopment of properties with environmental impacts and environmental regulatory, compliance and permitting issues.
Beth has served as assistant branch chief for the Land Branch of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division, responsible for the regulation of hazardous waste sites, underground storage tanks and brownfields. She has also served as general counsel for the Georgia Conservancy and as an environmental attorney with King & Spalding and the Southern Environmental Law Center. She graduated with a degree in ecology and political science from the University of Georgia, where she also received her law degree.
Beth serves as a lecturer on brownfields and regulatory issues in Georgia and is currently an adjunct professor at the Georgia State University College of Law. She is the co-facilitator for the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership.
Outside of work, Beth is an active member of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, where she serves as junior warden. She is a 2016 graduate of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership. She and her husband reside in Atlanta with their two children.