Zachary Cohen is an associate in the firm’s Energy Practice. He represents energy industry clients in judicial and regulatory proceedings.
Mr. Cohen has experience representing clients in high-stakes regulatory matters, trials, and appeals. He has authored numerous briefs and dispositive motions for federal courts and arbitral tribunals, and has sat second chair in evidentiary hearings. Mr. Cohen also has significant experience representing clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and has prepared submissions addressing cutting-edge issues under the Federal Power Act. He also has represented clients undergoing investigations, including by FERC, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Trade Commission.
Mr. Cohen received his JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was a research assistant to professors Douglas Laycock and Michael Collins. While in law school, Mr. Cohen served as the Parliamentarian for the Jefferson Literary & Debating Society. He received his BA from the University of Maryland.
Outside of his practice, Mr. Cohen is a lecturer in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland.