Lawyers working for the environment
Audrey Clungeon joined the firm in August 2019. Prior to joining Bricklin & Newman LLP as an associate, Audrey was a regulatory specialist, community organizer, and consultant at the Socially Responsible Agricultural Project where she assisted communities across the country with environmental and land use issues related to industrial animal agriculture.
Audrey Clungeon earned her Juris Doctorate from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2016 with a strong focus on environmental law, animal law, and agricultural policy. During law school, Audrey clerked with Earthrise Law Center, Animal Legal Defense Fund, and Blue River Law, where she worked on a variety of cases involving the Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, Administrative Procedures Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Freedom of Information Act, and nuisance actions. In addition to developing practical litigation experience in her various clerkships, Audrey was heavily involved in law review throughout law school as a source checker, submissions editor, symposium coordinator, and editor-in-chief of Animal Law Review.
Audrey Clungeon is a dedicated advocate for the environment, wildlife, sustainability, and communities. Audrey is admitted to practice in Washington State and works out of the Seattle office.
In her free time, Audrey enjoys hiking, running, cycling, board games, roller derby, and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
- Environmental Law
- Land Use Law
- Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law, Portland, Oregon
- Major: Environmental Law
- Major: Animal Law
- Major: Agricultural Policy
- University of Minnesota
- Honors: Summa Cum Laude
- Major: History
- Major: Political Science
- Washington State Bar Association
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