Mariah Figlietti

Washington, DC

I am passionate about helping clients navigate complex legal issues in evolving industries so that they can focus on continuing to solve critical energy, sustainability and technology challenges.

Mariah Figlietti’s practice focuses on advising companies on a wide range of corporate matters including corporate formation, financings, and general corporate governance. Mariah works with early-stage companies and investors working primarily in clean energy, sustainability and technology sectors.

Mariah is an active member of the firm’s Energy Project Finance and Development practice, working with sponsors, investors, and developers on all aspects of renewable energy project development, tax equity, sponsor equity and debt financings, acquisitions, tax credits and state incentives.


  • Boston College Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2019
  • Vanderbilt University, B.A., 2015

Bar and Court Admissions

  • District of Columbia
  • Massachusetts


  • Leading independent power producer Soltage, LLC in a $250 million partnership with investment management firm Harrison Street to fund solar and other clean energy infrastructure assets developed by Soltage
  • A developer in numerous tax equity transactions for solar assets.
  •, a developer of tools to help the enterprise adapt and make the most of innovative cloud technologies in their $135 million Series C financing led by Altimeter
  • Aquant in its $70 million Series C financing led by Qumra Capital, Insight Partners and Pitango Growth.
  • A climate impact investor in numerous early-stage venture capital financings. 
  • LinearB, a developer of productivity analytics software, in its $50 million Series B Financing round, led by Tribe Capital.  
  • MedRhythms, a company working on digital therapeutics for stroke rehabilitation, in their $25 million Series B financing led by Advantage Capital and Morningside Ventures and follow-on investment from Global Brain's CVC JGC MIRAI Innovation Fund and Bose Ventures. 
  • A software platform company in its $20 million Series A financing. 
  • H.I.G. BioHealth Partners and Accelmed Partners as new investors and co-leads in the $52 million upsized Series B financing of digital therapeutics company Click Therapeutics, Inc.

Honors & Involvement

  • Cleantech Open, Judge
  • Bar Association of the District of Columbia
  • Boston Bar Association
  • Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts
  • Hispanic National Bar Association