Jennifer Wills is an environmental lawyer with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Her work involves examining the legal ramifications of Agency regulations and enforcement actions, directly contributing to the development of national environmental regulation and policy. She collaborates with government officials, political figures, and other stakeholders to achieve mutual goals with respect to environmental protection. Her work has advanced the EPA’s mission of protecting human health and environment, especially in the area of chemicals regulation. Jennifer has also participated in a Brookings Institution fellowship at the U.S. Senate where she advised on environment and energy issues.
- International Environmental Law & Policy (NR 5884)