Rebecca Davis | Partner
Rebecca Davis is a partner at Lozeau Drury, and has over ten years of experience working in environmental and energy law. Her practice areas include Proposition 65, Clean Water Act, CEQA, and Renewable Energy Policy, among others.
Rebecca handles all aspects of civil litigation for her clients, from filing complaints through arguing appeals. She also advocates for clients at administrative proceedings, including at the California Public Utilities Commission, where she regularly advocates for strategies and policies that will remove barriers to local renewable energy.
Prior to joining Lozeau Drury, Rebecca practiced environmental law as an associate attorney at Paladin Law Group LLP where she focused on RCRA and CERCLA litigation. She has also worked as a Smart Grid Program Manager and Policy Analyst at the Clean Coalition, a non-profit organization working to accelerate the transition to renewable energy. Prior to that, Rebecca served as a law clerk for Earthjustice and the Chicago Environmental Law Clinic. Additionally, she helped protect consumers’ rights in many national class action cases as a clerk for Edelson, LLC.
Rebecca graduated magna cum laude from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2010, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif and earned a Certificate in Environmental and Energy Law. She received her undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon.
Some of Rebecca's notable accomplishments include:
- Rebecca successfully litigated a CEQA case in the California Court of Appeals, requiring a geothermal energy plant to implement all feasible mitigation measures to reduce the facility’s significant emissions of the ozone precursor n-pentane.
- Rebecca has represented various environmental organizations in successful federal court lawsuits and settlements that required industrial polluters to comply with the Clean Water Act by installing additional BMPs and advanced pollution control equipment.
- Rebecca has recovered millions of dollars in civil penalties and additional settlement payments litigating Proposition 65 cases against some of the Country’s largest corporations.