Zach Corrigan is the Senior Staff Attorney for Food & Water Watch. He has been an advocate for sustainability and environmental conservation for more than a decade. He began working on seafood safety issues in 2002 when he served as a Staff Attorney for the U.S. Public Interest Research Group. There, he was a lead advocate for limiting people’s exposure to mercury from contaminated fish by fighting for more stringent EPA rules to curb mercury emissions from power plants. In 2004, Zach became a Legislative Representative for Public Citizen and, shortly thereafter, Food & Water Watch. In May 2006, he became the Staff Attorney for the organization, working with all of its teams to pursue litigation, regulatory, and legislative solutions for all of the issues on which Food & Water Watch works. Zach graduated from the University of Wisconsin and earned his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston. He is a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia and Massachusetts. He can be reached at zcorrigan(at)fwwatch.org.