Margaret's principal areas of practice are environmental law and climate change. She handles a variety of litigation and regulatory matters, including compliance with the Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule, and greenhouse gas permitting. Margaret has authored several articles on climate change and environmental law and given presentations on climate change governance and sea level rise adaptation at a number of conferences.
Education and Professional Background
- Stanford Law School, J.D. with distinction, 2009 (Editor in Chief, Stanford Journal of Law, Science, & Policy; Article Review Board Chair, Stanford Environmental Law Journal)
- Duke University, Ph.D. Environment, 2010, Dissertation Title: Adapting to Rising Sea Levels
- Duke University, Masters of Environmental Management, Environmental Economics and Policy; Coastal Environmental Management, 2006
- Duke University, B.S. in Biology summa cum laude, 2005 (Phi Beta Kappa)
- Admitted to practice: New York, 2010; District of Columbia, 2010
- Other language: Conversational in Spanish