Lauren Hamma is a government affairs analyst in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She is a member of the Public Policy and Law practice group, and works primarily on tax, retirement, health care, and agricultural policy issues.
Prior to joining the firm, Lauren served as a paralegal at a personal injury firm where she coordinated the steps of personal injury cases prior to litigation. She also previously served as a government affairs fellow at K&L Gates, where she worked on issues relating to tax, health care, energy, and agricultural policy. Lauren also previously worked as a clerk for a nonprofit immigration firm and a research intern for the Edward A. Clarke Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies.
Lauren completed her undergraduate degree in health and society, and double-minored in government and German. She also spent a semester studying international relations and German while living in Austria, and later served as an alumni ambassador for the study abroad program.