Katelyn J. Hart


Katelyn practices environmental and natural resources, public utilities and litigation.  While in law school, Katelyn worked in the Natural Resources/Environmental Law Clinic where she helped write an Amicus Brief for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S Army of Corps of Engineers and was the lead counsel for writing a report on “Energy Development Impacts on Indigenous Peoples” for the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. She also received a certification in Mediation and the Natural Resources/Environmental Law certificate.  In addition, Katelyn interned in New Mexico for the Fire Marshal’s office where she created White Paper on the Fire Grant Program and worked with the Deputy Fire Marshal and staff to create a 2015 Fire Grant Fund.  She also interned for the General Counsel’s office where she created White Paper on the Inspection of Public Record Act, assisted various counsel on formal complaints and worked on restricting the internal rules and regulations for the PRC.

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  • University of New Mexico
    J.D., 2017
  • University of New Mexico
    B.A., 2014