Pearle Lipinski

Pearle Lipinski is a third-year law student at the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and a second-year PhD student in Nuclear Engineering in the OSU Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Her legal interests are in administrative and regulatory law, and she is blending these interests with a technical exploration of the use of risk assessment in nuclear regulation.

Prior to OSU, Pearle was the lead U.S. Government engineer for the pilot oxygen system of a major aircraft acquisition program. She originally studied aerospace engineering at MIT. Her husband is an active duty Air Force officer and chief resident in Emergency Medicine at the OSU Wexner Medical Center; together, they enjoy international travel, playing role-playing and strategy video games, and doting on their beloved cat, Kurobe.