Danielle Elefritz is an Attorney-Advisor for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Office of the General Counsel, Energy Projects section. Danielle has a Juris Doctor from Lewis & Clark Law School with a Certificate in Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law. In her time at Lewis & Clark, Danielle served as Editor-in-Chief of Animal Law Review and Student Bar Association Treasurer and volunteered with the Public Interest Law Project. Danielle holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Environmental Analysis and Policy and Journalism and a minor in Political Science from Boston University. Danielle lives in Washington, D.C., with her partner and two pit bulls.
With the help of Lewis & Clark Law School’s dedicated course offerings, caring faculty, and extensive alumni network, I landed my dream job, practicing at the intersection of federal energy and environmental law, equipped for success.