The Notre Dame Black Law Students Association and the Program on Ethics, Compliance & Inclusion are happy to host a discussion with NDLS alum Adreanne Stuckey. Stuckey graduated from NDLS in 2014, and she has worked in private practice and now as an in-house attorney at Duke Energy. She will discuss her career path since graduating from Notre Dame, her current work at Duke Energy, and she will answer questions from students.
Adreanne Stuckey has been Environmental Counsel at Duke Energy since 2018. Previously, she was an environmental associate at Thompson Hine LLP from 2016-2018. Prior to that, Stuckey was the assistant attorney general of the Environmental Enforcement Section at the Ohio Attorney General’s Office from 2014-2016. Stuckey earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School in 2014, where she was the symposium editor of the Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and mathematics from William & Mary.
Co-sponsors: Black Law Students Association and Environmental Law Society