"Hogan Lovells has a welcoming culture that embraces diversity and creativity."
- Hannah Graae, Associate, Washington, D.C.
My practice focuses on environmental-related issues, including regulatory-, litigation-, and corporate-related matters. As a junior associate, I have had the opportunity to work on a variety of areas of environmental law, including issues related to air, water, natural resources, hazardous waste, chemical and pesticide regulation, and healthcare.
Getting to know Hogan Lovells
I joined Hogan as a summer associate during the summer of 2012. The entire summer experience at Hogan Lovells was fantastic and unparalleled. The program is so well thought out and organized, the firm clearly puts an exceptional amount of energy and resources into perfecting each summer associate's experience. The knowledge and relationships you develop as a summer associate truly help to launch your career and allow you to hit the ground running when you start as an associate.
The office culture at Hogan Lovells is exceptional – people care about each other! The firm does a great job of hiring people that are team players who value creating strong work relationships. The lawyers at Hogan are invested in each other’s success. On both a local and firm-wide scale, Hogan is dedicated to building a diverse, creative, and dynamic workplace. Beyond Hogan’s exceptional reputation on paper, it’s the people that make Hogan such a special place to work.
Hogan Lovells is unique in its approach to pro bono and community service. The firm has an entire department dedicated to pro bono practice, staffed with a full-time partner, senior associate, and rotating junior associates. No matter what your interest or passion is, Hogan Lovells has a pro bono project that will interest you. One of the most rewarding pro bono projects that I have been involved with at Hogan is assisting with yearly updates to domestic violence and sexual assault databases for RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. These databases serve as valuable resources for survivors and victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, as well as counselors, families, media, legislators, and RAINN itself. This is just one example of the many meaningful pro bono and community service projects that Hogan has to offer.