I represent clients in renewable energy development, including developers, investors, and lenders, and I have experience working with a variety of contracts and loan and purchase agreements. Prior to joining the firm, I worked at a large firm in a finance-related area, which gave me insight into the financial structuring of deals and the parties involved.
I love to learn – it’s one of the traits that brought me to law school in the first place – and I approach all of my work from a place of curiosity. I strive to continue learning about my clients, their businesses, and their industry in order to best represent their interests. I work to build personal connections with clients, which helps me better understand their goals, and ultimately find ways within the law to achieve them.
Outside of work, I have two dogs who I love dearly, and enjoy taking them for walks along the Minnehaha Creek or Lake Nokomis. I also enjoy kayaking and paddleboarding, reading non-fiction books and mystery novels, and watching old Hollywood movies.
Child Labor in Your Closet: Efficacy of Disclosure Legislation and a New Way Forward to Fight Child Labor in Fast Fashion Supply Chains