Grady Mathai-Jackson has practiced within the fields of energy and environmental law since 2003. He has taught Renewable Energy Law and Policy and Introduction to Energy Law at Berkeley Law School, and he conducted independent comparative research on renewable energy integration policy in Germany in 2017. Mr. Mathai-Jackson currently represents Pacific Gas and Electric Company in regulatory proceedings, particularly those related to renewable energy and energy storage policy, legislation, planning, and compliance. Prior to PG&E, Mr. Mathai-Jackson practiced air pollution law for the United States Environmental Protection Agency – Region 9, was in private practice with Latham & Watkins LLP, and served as a Luce Scholar and visiting fellow at the Thailand Environment Institute. Mr. Mathai-Jackson served as a law clerk to Judge (Ret.) Irma Gonzalez in the United State District Court for the Southern District of California.
B.A., Occidental College (1996)
J.D., Stanford Law School (2002)