Ashleigh Krick is an associate in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the Transportation Safety and Mobility, Transport and Safety groups. She is also a member of our Energy and Natural Resources and Environmental groups.
Ms. Krick’s Transportation Safety work includes representing clients in a variety of pipeline and hazardous materials safety matters, including matters at the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) and state commissions. She advises clients throughout the United States on federal regulatory interpretive and compliance matters, incident response, enforcement proceedings, and rulemaking comment preparation.
Ms. Krick’s Mobility, Transport and Safety practice involves working with manufacturers, suppliers, start-ups, and technology companies on a wide variety of mobility, transport and safety matters, including matters before the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Her experience includes, among other things, the full-spectrum of motor vehicle safety and related regulatory matters, including self-certification of standards, homologation, compliance, standards enforcement, defects investigations, recall implementation, automated driving systems, innovative safety approaches, best practices and emerging trends.
Ms. Krick earned her J.D. magna cum laude and Masters in Energy Regulation and Law cum laude from Vermont Law School in 2017. While in law school, she was the managing editor of the Vermont Law Review and a Research Associate at the Institute for Energy and the Environment. She was also a legal intern for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in the Office of the General Counsel and Office of Administrative Litigation, where she assisted in regulatory and energy market matters. Ms. Krick received her B.S. in Public Policy from James Madison University in 2014.
•Co-Author, “How the RTO Stakeholder Process Affects Market Efficiency,” RStreet, October 2017.
•Co-Author, “Planning for the Sun to Come Up: How Nevada and California Explain the Future of Net Metering,” San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law, June 2017.
Memberships and Affiliations
Ms. Krick is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Virginia and is a member of the Virginia Bar Association.