photograph of White River Junction office from front


Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C.

Attorneys at Law

with offices in White River Junction, Vermont

The law firm of Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C. has provided a full range of legal services to businesses, municipalities, nonprofit organizations and individuals in the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River and the State of Vermont since 1979.


2776 Christian Street
White River Junction, VT 05001


(802) 295-2800 phone
(802) 295-3344 fax


P.O. Box 909
Norwich, VT 05055-0909

The attorneys of Hershenson, Carter, Scott and McGee, P.C.:

C. Daniel Hershenson

portrait of C. Daniel Hershenson Mr. Hershenson specializes in residential and commercial real estate development and permitting, including related litigation and appeals, as well as environmental and property tax matters. He also has a general business and litigation practice, including employment law and other business and nonprofit representation. Mr. Hershenson represents a variety of clients statewide in obtaining federal, state and local permits, including Act 250 permits, Certificates of Public Good, and municipal zoning and subdivision approvals for both large and small developments. He has represented hundreds of clients in permitting matters, including the developer of the Quechee Lakes residential resort development in Quechee, Vermont, the largest second-home resort development in New England. He has an active environmental litigation practice and has been lead counsel in defending and negotiating the remediation of contaminated sites, the defense of state enforcement actions, and private enforcement litigation. He has also practiced before the Vermont Public Service Board in Act 248 and related matters, specializing in the natural resource impacts of large-scale wind turbine projects.

Mr. Hershenson is a longstanding member of the Vermont Bar Association's Environmental Law Committee and periodically lectures at Bar Association seminars on natural resources, permitting and related environmental law issues. He is consistently listed or ranked in national periodicals as one of the top environmental lawyers in Vermont.

Mr. Hershenson was admitted to practice in Illinois in 1970 and in Vermont in 1974. He is also admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second and Seventh Circuits. Mr. Hershenson is a graduate of the DePaul University College of Law (J.D. 1969).

Mr. Hershenson practices primarily in the firm's Civil Litigation, Business Formation and Advice and Land Use and Development areas.