Lori Brill provides applied research and technical assistance to local governments in the arenas of local regulations, strategic planning, and organizational and operational reviews. Lori brings a wealth of in-depth local and state government knowledge to the Institute of Government. Lori has more than 20 years of experience providing legal, policy and research services at the local, regional and state levels. Prior to joining the Institute of Government in 2022, Lori served as a DeKalb County Senior Assistant Attorney, an Enforcement Attorney at the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, Deputy Legislative Counsel for the Georgia General Assembly and as a regional director for a telecommunications company. She has taught courses, authored papers and updated legal treatises in her areas of expertise including online media and internet law.
J.D., University of Georgia; B.A. Anthropology and Italian Studies, Emory University
Areas of Expertise: Intergovernmental agreements, infrastructure, telecommunications