P. Renée Wicklund
P. Renée Wicklund is a co-founder of Richman Law & Policy. Her work focuses on the domestic food supply, including issues of pesticide use, environmental impact, and the welfare of farmed animals. Renée strives to ensure consumers have honest information regarding their food choices, and the knowledge to protect their, and their families’, health.
Before joining RLP, Renée worked more than a decade as a litigator with one of the nation’s largest law firms. She also clerked for the Hon. Fortunato P. Benavides, United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.
Renée received her J.D. from The Yale Law School, where she was a Coker Fellow, managing editor of The Yale Law Journal, and executive editor of Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities. She holds an MFA in writing from Sarah Lawrence College; a master’s degree in religious studies from the Divinity School of the University of Chicago; and her bachelor’s degree in religion, German literature, and magazine from Syracuse University, where she was class marshal.
Outside of RLP, Renée dedicates herself to cheering for the New York Rangers and the Buffalo Bills. She enjoys skiing, hiking, playing softball, and exploring the Wasatch Range.
Renée is admitted to practice in California and in Illinois.