Erin Grubbs focuses primarily on environmental regulatory and compliance counseling, enforcement matters, and environmental litigation. She has experience practicing under environmental statutes, including the Clean Air Act (CAA).

Prior to joining Arnold & Porter, Ms. Grubbs was a Michael R. Gadbaw fellow at General Electric. Ms. Grubbs worked on key initiatives at the company, including the energy transition, sustainability, and ESG (environmental, social, and governance). She analyzed regulations and developed engagement plans for key priorities in areas such as aviation emissions and Carbon, Capture, and Storage (CCUS).

Ms. Grubbs attended The University of North Carolina School of Law where she graduated Order of the Coif, with high honors. While in law school, Ms. Grubbs served as the Publication Editor for the Journal of Law and Technology and was a member of the Environmental Moot Court team.

Prior to law school, Ms. Grubbs worked as an environmental and regulatory advisor and environment engineer at a large oil and gas company. In this role she supported both domestic and international oil and gas facilities with environmental compliance and permitting matters, including Title V air permits.


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  • JD, University of North Carolina School of Law,

    Order of the Coif, High Honors

  • Master of Environmental Law and Policy, Vermont Law School,

    Summa Cum Laude

  • BS, Environmental Engineering, Clemson University,

    Magna Cum Laude

  • District of Columbia
  • Texas

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