Nate Murphy ’10 Appointed to Energy Council

Nate Murphy ’10 has been appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott to the Texas Energy Reliability Council. The council was established to ensure that the energy and electric industries in this state meet high priority human needs, address critical infrastructure concerns and enhance coordination and communication. Murphy is senior counsel for Valero and a corporate member representative for the Texas Oil & Gas Association, Texas Industrial Energy Consumers, Louisiana Energy Users Group, Oklahoma Industrial Energy Consumers, Texas Energy Coalition, and the Association of Oil Pipelines.

Emilee Mooney Scott ’10 Named to Hartford Business Journal’s 2021 “40 Under Forty” Class

Emilee Mooney Scott ’10 was selected by the Hartford Business Journal for inclusion in its 2021 “40 Under Forty” class. Scott is a partner in Robinson+Cole’s Environmental, Energy and Telecommunications Group where she works with facility compliance and transactional matters. Scott helps clients understand, manage, and limit environmental risk associated with business and property transactions as well as comply with federal and state environmental laws. Recently, Scott was selected to participate with the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and the Department Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP).

Meghan S. Burns ’10 Named Partner

Meghan S. Burns ’10 has been named Partner at Ruel Ruel Burns & Britt, LLC. Burns practices exclusively in the area of family and matrimonial law, representing clients throughout the State of Connecticut through the litigated, collaborative, and mediation processes. She assists her clients in navigating the sensitive and complex aspects of divorce and works to resolve family disputes

Cynthia Lauture Appointed Assistant Corporation Counsel

Cynthia Lauture ’10 has been named assistant corporation counsel for the Town of West Hartford. Lauture recently served as assistant corporation counsel for the City of Hartford and has a background in civil litigation, human resources, and freedom of information issues. Lauture was hired following an extremely competitive and robust hiring process and has already stepped into her role.