Ms. Hollis practices in the areas of energy transactional and regulatory law and international and administrative law before government agencies, Congress, state and Federal courts, and other entities. She focuses on domestic and international energy, water and environmental matters, representing governmental bodies, the power and natural gas industries, and other entities. She was the first director of the Office of Enforcement of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), establishing the office and its policies and procedures, which remain in place today.
American Bar Association, Representative to the House of Delegates for Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, Sustaining Life Fellow; ABA Journal Board of Editors; Fellow, American College of Environmental Lawyers; Federal Bar Association; Energy Bar Association; Honorary Overseas Member, the Commercial Bar Association of England and Wales; International Bar Association; Life Member, American Law Institute; Women's Bar Association of DC; Women's Council on Energy and Environment; International Women's Forum; The District of Columbia Bar; Eastern Mineral Law Foundation; International Oil and Gas Law Center; Advisory Board, Public Utilities Fortnightly; ALI CLE Environmental Law Advisory Panel
University of Denver College of Law, J.D.; University of Colorado, B.S., Journalism, cum laude