Coby Dolan is staff attorney for fish conservation with The Ocean Conservancy in their Washington, D.C. headquarters. Mr. Dolan has litigated on behalf of marine animals for the past six years in both federal and state courts, including efforts to protect Florida manatees, leatherback and loggerhead sea turtles, and a variety of fish species. He also helped to get an ESA listing for smalltooth sawfish, the first U.S. marine fish species listed under the Act. Mr. Dolan also lobbies Congress on ocean conservation issues and is an advocate before federal agencies with a focus on fish conservation under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act. Prior to coming to The Ocean Conservancy, Mr. Dolan was an associate attorney with Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund. Mr. Dolan received his J.D from Lewis and Clark Law School in 1999 and his B.A. from Duke University in 1989. He was also a 2-time Editor-in-Chief of the Animal Law Journal.