Overview

About Lauren

Lauren Neuhaus is an associate in Stoel Rives’ Environment, Land Use & Natural Resources group.

While in law school, Lauren was a summer associate at Stoel Rives (2018), a legal intern at the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General in the Public Rights Division, Environment, Land Law, and Natural Resources sections (2018) and a legal intern at the California Energy Commission, Chief Counsel’s Office (2017).

Prior to law school, Lauren gained valuable experience working in the environmental policy sector. In college, Lauren worked at the Berkeley City Council, the Green Initiative Fund at the University of California Berkeley, and the Center for Sustainable Energy.

Lauren combines her academic background and work experience in environmental law and policy to effectively serve clients with environmental permitting, compliance, and enforcement matters.

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Experience

Experience

  • Legal Research and Writing II Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis School of Law, 2018
  • Environmental Law Teaching Assistant, University of California, Davis, 2017–2018
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Honors

Honors & Activities

  • Recipient of the 2019 UC Davis Law School Medal for Highest Academic Achievement
  • Witkin Award Recipient (highest class grade) in Legal Research and Writing II, Land Use & Planning, Property, Constitutional Law II, California Environmental Law, Energy Law, Food & Agriculture Law, and Marital Property
  • Environmental Law Certificate and Public Service Law Program Recipient
  • 2nd Place Winner at the 2018 California State Bar Environmental Negotiations Competition
  • Member, Association of Women in Water, Energy and Environment, 2017–present
  • Mentor, Enviromentorship Program, Student Environmental Resource Center, University of California, Berkeley, 2019–present
  • Mentee, She Shares, 2017–2018
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Insights & Presentations

Insights & Presentations

  • “The Electrifying Problem of Lithium Ion Batteries: Recommendations for Recycling and Disposal,” 41 U.C. DAVIS ENVIRONS ENV’T L. AND POL’Y J. 1, 2018



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