Olivia Mora is an associate at the firm’s Houston office, where she is a member of the Energy, Infrastructure, and Resources practice group. Olivia's practice includes domestic and international energy transactions and regulatory matters, with a focus on renewable energy, energy storage, and corporate sustainability. She has a particular expertise on California and Texas state energy regulatory matters and administrative proceedings. Olivia is a co-author of The Energizer, a biweekly update on cleantech, distributed energy resources, energy storage, and other innovative technologies in the clean energy sector. She is also co-author of ReNEWS Southeast, a periodic publication highlighting key developments in renewable energy policy, technologies, and activities in the southeastern United States and contributes to the firm’s Energy Storage Handbook.
Olivia is actively involved in pro bono engagements, which includes assisting asylum seekers in immigration proceedings.
Prior to joining the firm, Olivia interned for Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, counseling clients on federal income tax and consumer protection matters. Olivia served as a summer associate in the firm’s Houston office in 2017.
As a law student, Olivia served as Staff Editor of The Texas International Law Journal. She also served as a student attorney in the University of Texas School of Law’s Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic, where she drafted legislation and testified before the Texas Senate Committee on Intergovernmental Relations.
Before attending law school, Olivia worked as a clerk in the Office of the Parliamentarian for the Texas House of Representatives.
- State Bar of Texas Environmental & Natural Resources Law Section Buck J. Wynne Memorial Scholarship
- The University of Texas School of Law Chancellor’s Scholarship
- American Bar Association
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- Houston Bar Association
- Houston Young Lawyers' Association
- WRISE (Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy)
While at the University of Texas School of Law, Olivia served as Latina Law Caucus Chair for the Chicano/Hispanic Law School Association.