© 2019 by Floom Energy Law PLLC

CAELYN A. PALMER

Associate Attorney

E: cap@floomenergylaw.com

T: (703) 549-8609

F: (703) 549-8608

ABOUT

Caelyn brings six years of experience in the legal industry to Floom Energy Law PLLC. As a recent law school graduate, Caelyn thrives on new challenges and information. Her energy interests include oil and natural gas pipelines, electric grid reliability, and critical infrastructure cybersecurity. Caelyn approaches client needs with the mindset that success comes down to planning, preparation, and most importantly - adaptability.

EXPERIENCE

Prior to joining Floom Energy Law PLLC, Caelyn spent two years as a law clerk at Exelon Corporation in Washington, D.C., focusing primarily on the electric utility industry. Caelyn previously worked in the litigation practice groups at the Philadelphia offices of Morgan, Lewis, & Bockius LLP and Rawle & Henderson LLP.

CREDENTIALS

Education

     Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University J.D., 2019

          Editor-in-Chief, National Security Law Journal

          Bluebook Specialist, Legal Research, Writing & Analysis Program

          First Place - Southeast Region, Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition

     Drexel University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2016

          Kappa Theta Epsilon Honor Society

          Co-founder, Iron Dragons Bladesmithing Team

Bar Admissions

     Bar of the District of Columbia

Professional Memberships

     American Bar Association

     Energy Bar Association

     Federalist Society

Languages Spoken & Proficiency

     Mandarin Chinese, advanced

     Russian, basic

     Hebrew, basic

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Military Commissions Observer, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

     Caelyn has traveled twice to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base to observe military commission proceedings against

     detainees Nashiri and the 9/11 group. The observer role is designated by statute to provide public access to these                 proceedings, and Caelyn is honored to represent the American public in furthering transparency at the Commissions.