Anna Sewell

Supervising Senior Attorney Washington, D.C. Office


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DC, WA (former), KY (former)

Anna Sewell is a supervising senior attorney in the Washington, D.C., office.

Prior to joining the Washington, D.C., office, Anna was an associate attorney with the Northwest office in Seattle. Anna graduated from the Dickinson School of Law in 2010. She taught at Dickinson from 2012–2014 and clerked for the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas for two years before that.

She has also been a volunteer attorney for the Kentucky Resources Council and an intern with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C.

The Latest from Anna Sewell

The Dirty Water Rule
January 3, 2019

Making America’s Waters Burn Again

The Trump administration seeks to strip the Clean Water Act’s protections from an overwhelming number of our waterways. We're fighting back.

We're in court defending the Clean Water Rule from Trump's EPA.
December 4, 2018

Protecting the Clean Water Rule from Trump’s EPA

Recent court decisions affirm that federal agencies can’t deny protections to our nation’s waters without scientific support or input from the public.
Wind turbines near the Colombia River in Washington state.
December 14, 2015

Double Counting Renewable Energy Is Not Twice as Nice Under Washington’s Renewable Portfolio Standard

A state court judge has ruled that renewable energy credits can’t be sold and used by multiple utilities under Washington state's renewable portfolio standard.
Oil pipe spill
March 12, 2015

Federal Agency Quietly Allows Oil to Leak Through Crude Export Ban

While Congress debates whether we should keep the crude oil export ban, a highly secretive federal agency decided to erode the ban on its own, without public input.