Norman F. Lent III
Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary,
University of Virginia,
District of Columbia
Norm Lent III serves as Of Counsel at Dow Lohnes. Before joining Dow Lohnes, Mr. Lent was a member of Lent Scrivner & Roth LLC, where he focused on energy, environment, telecommunications and health care issues and worked on major legislation, most notably the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the pending climate change legislation. Much of Mr. Lent's work has involved key legislators from New York and New England.
Prior to joining LS&R, Mr. Lent was an attorney at the Washington, D.C.-based firm Dyer, Ellis, Joseph & Mills, where he represented health care, maritime transportation and energy clients before Congress and federal agencies and worked on major legislation including the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, the Energy Policy Act of 1992, and the 1994 health care legislation. Mr. Lent assisted a major U.S.-flag ship operator in building congressional support for U.S. government maritime programs and a major health care provider in raising the profile of diabetes and including diabetes provisions in the 1994 health care legislation.
Prior to joining Dyer, Ellis, Mr. Lent was a Legislative Assistant to the Honorable Connie Mack III (R-Florida), where his responsibilities included telecommunications and a wide range of other issues.
Mr. Lent is a graduate of the University of Virginia and of William & Mary Law School, where he served on the law review.