Emily C. Deans


  • Overview


    Emily Deans is a member of the Environmental + Utilities Group, representing clients in the areas of environmental, energy, telecommunications, and utilities law. Ms. Deans regularly monitors and reports on regulatory developments in the energy and utilities field throughout New England. Ms. Deans represents clients before state regulatory agencies, including the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority.

    While in law school, Ms. Deans was the symposium editor of the Connecticut Insurance Law Journal and was president of the Energy and Environmental Law Society. She was awarded the UConn Law Alumni Association’s Thomas F. Gallivan, Jr. Memorial Prize for outstanding scholastic achievement in property law. She also received CALI awards in Land Use and Land Use Practicum.
  • Experience
    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      Connecticut Bar Association
      Women in the Law Section
      Environmental Law Section
      Energy, Public Utility, and Communications Law Section
      Young Lawyers Section

      American Bar Association

      Hartford Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

      Connecticut Business & Industry Association
      Energy and Environment Council
      Young Energy and Environment Professionals, Advisory Board Member (2016 - present)
    • Community Involvement

      Community Involvement

      Junior League of Hartford
      Provisional Class (2016 - present)
    • Publications


      "Renewable Energy," co-authored with Joey Lee Miranda, published in Recent Developments in Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Industries, an ABA publication of the Public Utility, Communications, and Transportation Law Section (2014)
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    • News

      R+C in the News

      • December 15, 2016

        Robinson+Cole's Namibia Pro Bono Project Featured in CLT

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      R+C News Releases

      • October 25, 2016

        Robinson+Cole Lawyers Take Part in International Pro Bono Project to Combat Wildlife Crimes in Namibia

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