Greg Fullem is a shareholder in Schwabe, Williamson &Wyatt Real Estate group, focusing his practice on forest products and timberlands transactions, natural resources law and large scale conservation easement projects. He regularly provides counsel regarding dispositions and acquisitions of real property, leasing transactions, access agreements, financing, long term timber and fiber supply agreements, working forest conservation easements, timber harvest issues, carbon transactions and numerous day-to-day land management operational issues. He represents a broad range of clients, including timber investment management organizations, industrial and small woodlands timberland owners, lenders, land trusts and other non-profit organizations owning or managing ecology-based assets, biomass, geothermal and solar developers, forest products manufacturers and local governments.
During a two year hiatus from Schwabe beginning in 2001, Greg served as legal counsel for the State of Koror, Republic of Palau in Micronesia. While in Palau, he drafted environmental, natural resources and other laws and regulations, and handled various real estate, marine and other natural resources matters. He also argued on the appellate level before the Supreme Court of the Republic of Palau and acted as general counsel for Koror State.
While attending law school, Greg served as President of the Willamette University College of Law Environmental Law Society. He was also the 1995 Executive Editor of the Willamette Law Review and published in both the Willamette Law Review and the Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution. He attended Willamette University College of Law, University of Innsbruck in Austria, and Trinity College.