The George Washington Law School, J.D.
Green Mountain College, B.A.
Bar & Court Admissions
- New Hampshire
Huddy is a member of Drummond Woodsum’s Municipal and Regulated Substances practice groups.
Huddy provides counseling to cities and towns on a range of issues, including environmental and land use matters, code enforcement, permitting, and issues involving public utilities, zoning, right to know law, contract review and drafting, and general government relations.
Huddy also advises and assists businesses in the regulated substances industry with local permitting matters, including site plan review, local performance standards, zoning requirements, variance and waiver applications, and change of use permits.
Before entering private practice, Huddy worked as an Assistant City Solicitor for the city of Wilmington, DE advising on environmental and public utility issues, and as a Program Manager for the city of Providence, RI addressing urban blight and affordable housing.
Huddy is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School, where she served on the executive board of the Journal of Energy and Environmental Law.