Lucy works to problem solve in creative ways, utilizing her expertise in water rights, natural resources, and land use issues in Washington state and the western United States.
She has worked to develop herself as an environmental regulatory and litigation attorney on nationwide issues, with experience with water rights, CAA, CWA, and TSCA, as well as various Washington state statutes.
She has assisted on CERCLA allocations in advocating for clients, working with experts and other attorneys to not only help her clients but also broaden the overall understanding of a site and work with other parties to achieve a successful remedy.
Prior to joining Beveridge & Diamond, Lucy worked as an associate attorney and a law clerk for the Mentor Law Group in Seattle, WA. She represented clients in water rights adjudication, litigation, and applications to state and federal agencies. She also worked with the State Environmental Policy Act, Washington State Growth Management Act, and Washington state water laws. She also worked as an honors law clerk at the Environmental Protection Agency, where she prepared documents and memoranda for hearings and litigation regarding enforcement actions under the Clean Air Act, and as a law clerk for the Regulatory Environmental Law and Policy Clinic where she petitioned the Washington Forest Practice Board for rulemaking to ensure public health and safety in the aerial application of chemicals.
During her time at the University of Washington School of Law, Lucy served as the Chief Managing Editor of the Washington International Law Journal and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Alternative Dispute Resolution. She worked as a judicial extern for the King County Superior Court and as a pro bono research coordinator for the UW Environmental Law Society.
- The Ohio State University (B.A., with Honors, 2014)
- University of Washington (J.D., 2017)
- Concentration in Environmental Law
- King County Bar Association, Environmental and Land Use and Alternative Dispute Resolution sections
- Washington State Bar Association, Environmental and Land Use section
- American Bar Association