Graduate Research Assistant
Alana Reynolds is a joint J.D./M.S. candidate with the Stanford School of Law and the Stanford School of Earth, Energy, and Environmental Science. She holds an A.B. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University. Her professional and research interests center on the practice of public-interest environmental litigation and study of ecological biology, restoration ecology, and environmental pollutants. She is currently involved with Stanford Law’s Mills Environmental Law Clinic and with RegLab’s work examining the factors contributing to ongoing water quality violations and hotspots under the Clean Water Act.