University of Tulsa College of Law,
J.D., With Honors
Energy Law Journal, Notes and Comments Editor
Oklahoma State University,
B.S., cum laude
District of Columbia (Pending; supervised by DC licensed attorneys)
Thompson Coburn LLP
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Attorney-Advisor, Office of Administrative Law Judges & Dispute Resolution, 2016-2018
Kayla's experience as an Attorney-Advisor for FERC's Office of Administrative Law Judges and Dispute Resolution is invaluable to clients.
Kayla provided research, analysis, and drafting support to three Administrative Law Judges in numerous hearings and settlement proceedings related to natural gas pipeline cost-of-service rates and rate design, electric transmission rates, and oil pipeline rates.
Kayla drafted substantive portions of the Initial Decision on a complaint alleging violations of oil pipeline common carrier anti-discrimination obligations under the Interstate Commerce Act and assisted in finalizing an Initial Decision on a complaint under section 206 of the Federal Power Act.
While in law school, Kayla interned for a petroleum and natural gas exploration and production company as well as a company that provides midstream services to the energy industry.
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