While at St. Lawrence, I majored in Environmental Studies and Government. Half of my sophomore year at St. Lawrence was off-campus in Washington D.C., where it became apparent that law school was a natural fit.
After graduating from St. Lawrence in 2018, I began my studies at Vermont Law School with a focus on environmental and energy regulation law and policy. Currently I am interning with the Public Utility Law Project (“PULP”) of New York. There, my focus is on advocating, educating, and litigating for utilities to provide affordable energy for low income consumers.
As I enter my last year at Vermont Law, my hopes are to sit for the New York Bar Exam in February and enter the job market in either state or federal government to assist in creating a clean and equitable transition of our energy sector.