Senior Research Fellow – Climate, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment
Ted Lamm is Senior Research Fellow in the Climate Program at CLEE. Ted’s work focuses on the development of state and local climate policies, transportation and building electrification, and climate-related risks. His recent projects have included a revenue and implementation proposal for San Francisco’s climate action plan; analysis of innovative programs to reduce vehicle miles traveled; an implementation guide for climate risk scenario analysis in the insurance sector; and development of electric vehicle equity strategies for California local governments.
Prior to joining CLEE, Ted practiced both environmental law and corporate law in New York City. At New York University School of Law, where Ted received his J.D., he was the symposium editor of the Environmental Law Journal and participated in the NYU/NRDC Environmental Law Clinic. Ted received his A.B. in English and Economics from Brown University. He has been admitted to the California, New York, D.C. Circuit, and Supreme Court bars.
J.D., New York University School of Law (2013)
A.B., Brown University (2010), magna cum laude