Clean Energy Advocate Focused on Expanding Market Access
Lauren is a 1L at Georgetown Law in Cohort 5 of the Business Law Scholars Program. She is passionate about environmental issues and focused on how business and law drive change in how we utilize our earth’s resources, particularly in the energy sector.
Prior to attending Georgetown Law, and in line with her interest in the intersection of business, law, and resource consumption, Lauren handled legislative and regulatory affairs at Sol Systems, a national renewable energy firm. There, she advocated in state legislatures and public service commissions for improving renewable energy policies and energy markets to further renewable energy deployment across the country.
Lauren has also interned at the White House Council on Environmental Quality and in the Office of Senator Nelson. At the Council of Environmental Quality, she focused on implementing sustainability standards for federal agencies, working on policy mechanisms to foster renewable energy procurement and energy efficiency amongst agencies.
Beyond Law School
Lauren is from Miami, Florida. In her free time, she likes to hike, spoil her dog, and go to concerts.
Georgetown University, BS Science, Technology, and International Affairs – Energy and Environment, magna cum laude, 2016
Georgetown Law, J.D. expected, 2024