As a paralegal in Gallagher’s Renewable Energy Practice Group, Cole works alongside attorneys who advise lenders, investors, developers, owners, and energy project operators on financial, tax credit, and related matters. Maintaining detail-oriented files and organization under pressure are strengths that enable Cole to successfully support both clients and attorneys.
Cole is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy (with distinction) and Political science. His internships include serving clients in the Unemployment Compensation Unit of Philadelphia Legal Assistance and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in Baltimore.
When he’s not in the office, Cole enjoys cooking, and his specialty is Italian and Indian foods – something he learned from the immigrant parents of his friends. He is an avid hiker with plans to eventually attempt the 2,700-mile Pacific Crest Trial that extends from Mexico to Canada. Additionally, he is an enthusiastic reader of philosophy, particularly American Pragmatism and German philosophy.