Lily is a 2018 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a Managing Editor of the Georgetown Environmental Law Review, a two-year Research Assistant to the Director of the Environmental Law and Policy Program, and a member of the Environmental Litigation Clinic. While in law school, she was an intern at the Department of Justice (Environment and Natural Resources Division), the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Natural Resources Defense Council. Prior to starting at Anderson & Kreiger, Lily was a CROWN Fellow at the Sonoma County Counsel’s Office in Santa Rosa, California where she focused primarily on Open Space and Natural Resource issues.
Before law school, Lily worked as the President and Co-founder of a small social enterprise craft brewing start-up called Cape Commons.
Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2018
Brown University, B.A., 2013
Lily C. Ricci, Two Ideas, Many Outcomes: How Anti-Waste Sentiments and the Public Trust Doctrine Support Varied Interests
in Fracking Related Litigation, 30 GEO. ENVTL. L. REV.499 (2018)
A native Midwesterner, but constantly on the move, Lily has lived in seven different states and three different countries since leaving Ohio in 2009. When not in the office (or moving), Lily can likely be found outside. She enjoys hiking, biking, and anything that gets her out on any body of water. Lily also loves a good non-fiction book about nature. She also really loves pasta and dogs.