An honors graduate of Harvard Law School and Stanford University, Lowry represents clients in a variety of sophisticated litigation matters.
During law school, Lowry was a teaching fellow for the Harvard Negotiation Workshop, Co-President of the Recording Artists Project, and a research assistant for the Harvard Law School Environmental & Energy Law Program and the Access to Justice Lab. In addition, Lowry worked as a summer associate at Covington & Burling and as a law clerk in the civil division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California.
At Stanford, Lowry was a peer writing tutor and coordinator at the Hume Center for Writing and Speaking, Vice-President of Programming for the Forum for American-Chinese Exchange, and a research assistant for the Chinese Railroad Workers Project and Spatial History Lab. Between college and law school, Lowry worked for the Environmental Defense Fund, where he began as a Lokey Fellow, and for Gemic, a Finnish consulting firm.
An accomplished pianist, Lowry also hosts two music-focused podcasts. His first podcast examining J.S. Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” through the lens of history, dance, and jazz was featured in The Washington Post and at the San Francisco International Piano Festival. His second podcast, “The Tonic,” presented by Tonebase, explores classical music’s links to cultural and technological change through interviews with award-winning artists.
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
Dean’s Scholar (Torts and Legal Research & Writing), Harvard Law School
Andrew Steinberg Scholarship, Harvard Law School
Chappell Lougee Scholarship, Shanghai, China
Lokey I. Lokey/Stanford University Fellowship, Environmental Defense Fund
Leadership & Community Involvement
Co-President, Harvard Law School Recording Artists Project
Teaching Fellow, Harvard Negotiation Workshop
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, Pro Bono Honor Roll
Author, The Implications of BOEM’s Decision on the South Fork Wind Farm, Harvard Environmental & Energy Law Program, November 8, 2021.