Lisa Jaeger is a lobbyist for Bracewell & Giuliani who specializes in cases involving climate change litigation and the Clean Air Act, specifically in her ability to work on “revisions” on behalf of industry clients, and to “challenge” the law in ways that benefit business clients.
Lisa Jaeger previously worked for Bracewell & Patterson before spending four years in the George W. Bush administration EPA as a Deputy General Counsel and then Acting General Counsel. She returned to lobbying with Bracewell & Giuliani afterwards, where her clients are almost exclusively companies directly or indirectly tied to the coal or oil industries.
Jaeger’s political ties stem back to her position as a legislative assistant with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), and as associate director of the office of cabinet affairs in the George H. W. Bush White House. Lisa Jaeger also has teaching experience at Catholic University and Johns Hopkins University.