EENRSLP Alumni:
Pursuing Their Passion

     
Colton Lauer

Colton Lauer ’18

Colton Lauer, Texas A&M School of Law ‘18 is a Water Master for the Montana Water Court, located in Bozeman. The Water Court is a specialty court under the direct supervision of the Montana Supreme Court engaged in the adjudication of all existing water rights claims in the state of Montana.
 
                                       Meet Colton.

Stacey Dowell

Stacie Dowell ’17

Stacie Dowell has been working for the Trinity River Authority (TRA) since 2012, when she was hired as a paralegal. Having graduated from Texas A&M School of Law in 2017, she is now an associate in that legal department.

Meet Stacie.

Scott McDonald Alumni

Scott McDonald ’88(TAMU) ’95(TXWesLaw)

In 2002, Mr. McDonald began working for EPA Region 6 in the Office of Regional Counsel, Enforcement Division, where he dealt with the  Clean Water Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and RCRA (hazardous waste statute).

Meet Scott.

Stephanie Bradley Fryer

Stephanie Bradley Fryer ’17

Offering legal services for estate planning, real estate and business planning to rural landowners as a solo practitioner in her hometown, she stays true to her agricultural roots by helping keep family farms around for the next generation.

Meet Stephanie.

Brett A Miller NRS

Brett Miller ’16

Interdisciplinary learning opportunities & experiences at Texas A&M provided the foundation for a dynamic career with the investment firm Water Asset Management.

Meet Brett.

Jessica Foster NRS

Jessica Foster ’16

Aggie Law’s integration of science & technology to guide policy & law has led to a meaningful career impacting water law civil appeals and litigation support.

Meet Jessica.

Cambodia Angor Wat Mari

Marializa Kelly ’15

Mari was part of an international team at a public interest law firm in Phnom Penh drafting Cambodia's Environmental Code, an immersive experience sponsored by Texas A&M Law Global Programs.

Read Mari's blog from Cambodia.