Jane Thomas


Jane Thomas concentrates her practice on energy, environmental, mass tort, and insurance recovery matters.

She has experience counseling clients on a wide range of complex disputes in federal and state courts, including multi-district litigation and class actions. 

Jane represents energy industry clients, including interstate natural gas pipeline shippers and liquefied natural gas terminals, in administrative and rate litigation before regulatory agencies such as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) and the Department of Energy (“DOE”). 

During law school, Jane served as a paralegal for the Department of Justice’s Environmental Tort Litigation Civil Division, sanctions consultant for a Washington, D.C.-based law firm, and law clerk for Break the Cycle. She also held numerous legal internships for the Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, Jane was a senior staff member of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal and involved in the Domestic Violence Project Clinic. She was also a member of the Student Bar Association and South Asian Law Students Association.

Jane is fluent in Malayalam.


Represented a market-leading generic pharmaceutical company in the Zantac multidistrict litigation (“MDL”), the largest and most complex product liability MDL to date.


  • 2022, Greater Washington, D.C., Pro Bono of the Year, by the Tahirih Justice Center
  • 2019–2020, listed in Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll



  • District of Columbia
  • New York


  • George Washington University Law School, JD, with honors
  • Georgetown University, BS, magna cum laude
  • Malayalam