GRETA CARLSON’s practice encompasses a wide range of environmental matters, including the environmental aspects of corporate and real estate transactions, environmental regulatory requirements, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) matters.
Greta attended the South Texas College of Law in Houston where she graduated summa cum laude and was recognized on the Dean’s List, as a Presidential Fellow, and as a member of the Order of the Lytae for her dedication to her studies. She also holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and is a certified environmental Engineer-in-Training (EIT) by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.
While in law school, Greta served as the executive editor of CURRENTS: Journal of International Economic Law, as a member of the South Texas Law Review, and as a research assistant to Professor Dru Stevenson. Additionally, she served as a Langdell Scholar, teaching a bimonthly constitutional law recitation course to 2L students. Greta previously served as a judicial intern to The Honorable Nancy Johnson for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Prior to law school, Greta had a career in environmental engineering, with a focus on water quality and public health. She worked as a research scientist in India, an EHS specialist in France, and an environmental consultant in the United States.