Lauren K. Layman
Lauren Layman’s practice focuses on the areas of health care law and legislative relations. She brings a uniquely effective perspective to her work through her prior experiences as policy advisor for the Centers of Disease Control in Washington, D.C. and a health care staff member for Senator Jim Jeffords. A Vermont native, Lauren is knowledgeable not only about the policies and legal climate affecting the state’s hospitals, but also the patients and communities they work with on a daily basis. This mix of professional and personal experience enables Lauren to handle cases with a multi-faceted, balanced approach.
Admitted to Practice
- Vermont Bar
- Virginia Bar
- University of Maryland School of Law, J.D.
- Dartmouth College, B.A.
Pro Bono & Volunteer Work
- Board Member, Mobius: Vermont’s Mentoring Partnership
Before joining our firm, Lauren:
- Served as policy adviser with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Washington, DC. where she coordinated congressional strategy and facilitated communication between healthcare leaders and members of Congress
- Served for three years as a health care legislative correspondent and legislative assistant to Senator Jim Jeffords of Vermont