Amy Boyd is an attorney with the Energy and Regulated Industries practice at Foley Hoag LLP in Boston. She assists business clients with a diverse array of administrative law concerns involving regulatory compliance, government advocacy and dispute resolution. Before joining Foley Hoag, Amy had considerable experience in both environmental policy and in direct political campaigns, giving her insight into practical strategies for permitting and other regulatory matters – particularly those involving environmental and energy concerns. She also assists clients with insurance coverage and other commercial disputes, and advises on transactional issues. While attending law school, Amy honed her dispute resolution skills by serving as a volunteer mediator with the Center for Conflict Resolution, working in the Cook County, Illinois Small Claims Courts. Her law school experience as an intern at the Environmental Law & Policy Center, Chicago, Illinois was an extension of her earlier interest in environmental law. Before entering law school, Amy served as Deputy Campaign Manager in Laura Boyd’s (no relation) bid for election as Lt. Governor of Oklahoma, and was Somerset County Field Coordinator for the New Jersey Democratic Coordinated Campaign.