Lem Srolovic is the Bureau Chief of the Environmental Protection Bureau in the office of New York State Attorney General Letitia James. The bureau enforces state and federal environmental laws in state and federal courts, defends state agencies when sued on environmental matters, and recovers hazardous waste remediation costs expended by the state.

Before his appointment to lead the Environmental Protection Bureau, Lem represented people harmed by toxic chemicals as an attorney with Weitz & Luxenberg in New York City.

Lem also served in the New York Attorney General's office as a Section Chief of Affirmative Litigation in the Environmental Protection Bureau, where he led an environmental enforcement group.

Before first joining the Attorney General's office, Lem was a partner at Sive, Paget and Riesel, a New York City-based environmental law firm. At Sive Paget, Lem represented businesses, industry and individuals in environmental litigation and other matters.

Lem received his law degree from New York University School of Law, where he was Editor in Chief of the NYU Journal of International Law & Politics. Following law school, Lem clerked for the Honorable Robert G. Doumar, Senior U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia.