Louisa Rogers joined the firm in 2022. Her practice specializes in environmental law, land use and planning, water law, initiatives and referenda, and administrative law generally.
Ms. Rogers attended the University of California, Davis, King Hall School of Law on a Dean’s Merit Scholarship. She earned her Juris Doctorate with certificates in environmental law and public service law. At King Hall, Ms. Rogers was an editor of both the UC Davis Law Review and Environs, the Environmental Law and Policy Journal. As a student, Ms. Rogers worked as a summer associate for the firm and was also an intern with the California Attorney General’s Office, in the Land Use and Conservation section of the Division of Public Rights.
Ms. Rogers received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, and her Master of Science degree in Soils and Biogeochemistry from the University of California, Davis. While earning her graduate degree, Ms. Rogers studied carbon cycling in natural and agricultural systems and worked as a teaching assistant for various graduate- and undergraduate-level classes.