Sarah Lacy is an associate in the Austin office of Locke Lord LLP where she practices administrative and regulatory law. Sarah’s practice focuses on the development of major infrastructure projects by public and private entities and on transportation mobility. In this practice, she advises clients on issues related to planning, construction, financing, operation, government contracting, procurement, and regulation. Sarah’s practice also includes work on administrative law matters with public pensions, metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, and state agencies.
In addition, Sarah is a registered lobbyist representing Firm clients before the Texas Legislature and assisting with legislative strategy in Locke Lord’s Public Law section. In 2019, she was recognized as a Rising Star on the Texas Lobby Power Rankings published by Capitol Inside. Sarah worked in the Texas Legislature for two sessions, including for a state senator in 2015 and for the House Committee on Culture, Recreation and Tourism in 2009. Prior to joining the Firm’s Austin office, Sarah worked for four years in government relations in Washington, D.C. with Public Strategies, Inc. and General Motors.
As a student at the University of Texas School of Law, Sarah served as an Associate Editor of the Texas Law Review in addition to interning with the United States Court of Federal Claims and clerking for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.