I like that my practice involves building energy infrastructure. Our clients are developing or expanding their businesses, and our help—whether guiding them through the regulatory process or setting up and implementing transactions—allows them to put steel in the ground.
I was drawn to energy regulatory law by the fact that economics is integral to so much of what we do as lawyers in this area. My first academic love was quantitative economics and I bring this background and experience to much of my law practice, which often involves energy markets, ratemaking, accounting, and finance.
Monique Watson’s knowledge of FERC is amazing, and her instincts are spot-on. The contributions she brings to natural gas engagements provide value to the client far beyond the immediate issue. [Chambers USA 2023 Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory & Litigation)]