Provided by Gregory Lawrence
Energy & Natural Resources
White Collar Defense & Special Investigations
Banking & Financial Services
Federal Regulatory & Administrative Law
Energy Project Finance & Development
Electric Power & Utility Regulation
Gregory K. Lawrence focuses his practice on the electricity and natural gas industries. He is experienced appearing before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and multiple state utility commissions regarding regulatory proceedings, compliance and enforcement, capacity and energy market structure, transactions and negotiations, asset transfers, and governmental affairs. Greg’s clients include funds and financial institutions, marketers, traders, renewable and other project developers, energy storage and demand response assets, municipal and investor-owned utilities, and large energy consumers.
In addition, Greg has taught energy seminars at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School, Cornell Law School, and Syracuse University. Greg has presented at The Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Electricity Policy Group, regarding electricity market structure as well as manipulation legal issues.
Member, Energy Bar Association.
Judge, MassChallenge Boston 2016 Start-up Accelerator Program.
Chambers USA, 2012-2021.
Chambers Global, 2022.
J.D., New England School of Law, 1991.
B.A., Trinity College, 1988.
Gregory Lawrence has expertise spanning a broad spectrum of electric regulatory matters, including investigations and disputes before FERC.
"Very experienced, extremely creative, possessed of excellent judgement and connections, and really knows how to read a room to handle meetings."