Francesca Eick advises clients across industrial and commercial sectors on complex environmental and energy matters. Recognized repeatedly for her practice by The Best Lawyers in America as "One to Watch" in Environmental Litigation (2022, 2023) and Environmental Law (2023), Francesca's practice includes regulatory advocacy, compliance counseling, litigation, and transaction support across substantive environmental areas including endangered species, waste, and water.
Francesca works with clients to develop creative and effective strategies to plan and prepare for energy transition. She has experience counseling clients from start to finish through the process of identifying and applying for grants under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act, advising clients on environmental justice concerns, and developing integrated ethics and compliance programs that address corporate and government expectations.
Following graduation from law school, Francesca served as law clerk to Justice Debra Lehrmann of the Texas Supreme Court. Before law school, Francesca taught middle and high school social studies at Estrada Achievement Center in San Antonio, Texas, through Teach for America.
Francesca is currently serving on the board of the Texas Farmer's Market and is a supervising attorney for the Texas Environmental Law Journal.