Podcast Episode 2: Lauren Champaign, Senior Counsel

15 July 2020 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Authors: Alexis P. Robertson Lauren A. Champaign

This episode of The Path & The Practice features a discussion with Lauren Champaign, senior counsel in Foley & Lardner's Washington D.C. office. Lauren is a litigation attorney focused on securities litigation, product liability defense, antitrust, and consumer finance matters. Lauren shares about growing-up in a military family, relocating frequently, but never losing connection with her family in Charleston, South Carolina and the Gullah community. Lauren also shares about her path to law school and how she deferred it to volunteer for the Obama campaign. Finally, Lauren stresses the importance of finding somewhere to work that allows you to be your authentic self. Listen to the full discussion below. 

Lauren's Profile

  • Title: Senior Counsel 
  • Practice Area: Litigation
  • Foley Office: Washington, D.C.
  • Hometown: Charleston, SC 
  • College: University of South Carolina
  • Law School: Georgetown University Law Center



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