The George Washington University Law School,
J.D., with honors
The University of British Columbia,
B.Sc. in Natural Resource Science and Management, with honors
District of Columbia
American Bar Association, Energy Markets & Finance Committee
Vice Chair of Publications, 2018-Present
Energy Bar Association
Women’s Council on Energy and Environment
Charles & Katherine Miller Award for Excellence in Environmental Law
The George Washington University Law School, May 2019
J.B. & Maurice C. Shapiro Public Service Award
The George Washington University Law School, May 2017
Dean’s Scholar Award
The George Washington University Law School, September 2016
Thompson Coburn LLP
Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
Associate Attorney, 2019-2020
Law Clerk, 2018-2019
Summer Associate, 2018
The George Washington University Law School, Energy & Environmental Law Program
Dean’s Scholar Research Assistant, 2017-2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Civil Enforcement
Honors Law Clerk, 2017
The University of British Columbia, Biodiversity Research Center
Environmental Science Technician, 2014-2016
Jecoliah leverages her practical background in natural resource management to assist energy clients with a variety of regulatory issues.
With significant experience in compliance counseling and administrative litigation, Jecoliah represents energy supply and transmission entities in complex rate and cost-of-service proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). In addition, Jecoliah supports energy infrastructure modernization through client advice and advocacy related to the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) reliability and critical infrastructure protection standards.
Prior to joining Thompson Coburn, Jecoliah held a number of positions in the legal and environmental science fields where she assisted with regulatory and enforcement actions involving energy sector compliance with market, environmental and cybersecurity regulations.
“Prepared the 2021 update to the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) Title II Compliance Manual, for the American Public Power Association, Edison Electric Institute and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association”; 2021
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