Sandra L. Lamparello, JD
Senior Regulatory Analyst
University of Baltimore School of Law
Juris Doctor, 1996
The Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Arts, Speech Communication, 1993
Ms. Lamparello is an attorney with over 25 years of experience in legal research, writing, and editing. She also has experience in data standardization, taxonomy, and controlled vocabulary list creation. As a Senior Regulatory Analyst at PAI Consulting, Ms. Lamparello supports projects conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) program as well as the FAA Office of Rulemaking (ARM) and the National Air Carrier Association (NACA).
Ms. Lamparello’s major projects at PAI have included providing support to a number of technical committees, working groups, and aviation rulemaking committees. This support includes planning and facilitating committee, working group, and writing team meetings; preparing, reviewing, and updating meeting materials, schedules, work plans, and communications briefings; tracking attendance, taking notes, and writing daily meeting summaries and records of meeting; and assisting with the development, production, and distribution of final reports to the FAA, U.S. Department of Transportation, and Congress. Ms. Lamparello also manages two projects for FAA ARM requiring the conversion of paper documents to electronic format. In addition, she has supported the drafting, editing, and production of aviation regulations for a foreign government client; provided ARM exemption processing support; and cataloged incident and accident reports.
Previously, Ms. Lamparello worked as a legal index editor and information specialist at the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., where she prepared index entries for current reports and reference files, prepared files for print and electronic publication, and developed search features for Internet publications, in addition to drafting summaries and analyses of U.S. Supreme Court opinions, Congressional hearings, and Federal agency regulations, among other duties. She also served as an assistant public defender for the State of Maryland Office of the Public Defender, where she tried misdemeanor cases and conducted preliminary hearings for felonies in District Court; conducted violation of probation hearings, arraignments, and bail review hearings in Circuit Court; and advised clients, interviewed witnesses, and negotiated plea agreements.