This practice area involves the law as it relates to electricity and power generation and transmission. Attorneys who practice electric power law represent market participants at the federal and state level in areas such as power contracts, rate matters, and merger approvals. Electric power attorneys provide legal guidance on matters including transmission service sales, independent power production, tariffs, the Federal Power Act, and the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
"BCG is prompt and responsive and within less than a day of me talking to Romina, she had..." Read moreSteven Mach
Cornell University Law School, Class Of 2016
Placed at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
"I love that I had to put in little to no effort to get this job, to be honest with you..." Read more
University of Virginia School of Law, Class Of 2013
Placed at Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP.
"I like the weekly reports and the connections with BCG. BCG is kind of just a set it and forget it kind of thing..." Read more
University of Notre Dame Law School, Class Of 2012
Placed at Clyde & Co LLP
"I really liked Romina. She was very positive, friendly, and clearly worked hard to find..." Read moreAllison Flowers
Whittier Law School, Class Of 2010
Placed at Aleshire & Wynder, L.L.P.
"Lorie Ball was fantastic. I can easily say she was the best recruiter I have worked with,..." Read moreEvan Basakis
Chapman University School of Law, Class Of 2013
Placed at Bradley R. Kirk & Associates, Inc.
"I really appreciated the daily follow up and where things stand email every day. I thought..." Read moreKimberly Reed
University of Virginia School of Law, Class Of 1989
Placed at Shulman Rogers Gandal Pordy & Ecker, PA