University of Tulsa College of Law,
J.D., With Honors, 2015
Energy Law Journal, Notes and Comments Editor
Oklahoma State University,
B.S., cum laude
District of Columbia
US Ct Appeals, DC Circuit
American Bar Association
American Public Power Association
Energy Bar Association
Electric Cooperative Bar Association
Women's Council on Energy and the Environment
Thompson Coburn LLP
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Office of Administrative Law Judges & Dispute Resolution
Attorney-Advisor/Law Clerk to Hon. Lawrence Brenner, Hon. Philip C. Baten, Hon. Clark S. Cheney, Hon. Patricia E. Hurt, Hon. Michael Haubner, 2016-2018
Chesapeake Energy Corporation
Intern, Land, Southern Division, South Texas, Summer 2015
Kayla draws on her FERC background to help clients navigate FERC settlement negotiations and litigation.
Capitalizing on her prior experience as an Attorney Advisor to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Administrative Law Judges, Kayla advocates for clients in electric transmission matters. This includes advising clients on issues related to FERC jurisdiction, cost-of-service stated and formula transmission rates, electric utility tariffs and RTO/ISO markets.
Kayla also counsels clients in North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) Reliability Standards compliance and monitors NERC developments.
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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