Ingrid Bjorklund opened her solo practice in St. Paul, Minnesota to provide services to energy and small business clients after two decades of combined legal, regulatory, and legislative experience gained in private practice, government, and in-house. Ingrid’s client list includes utilities, renewable energy developers, trade associations, and closely held businesses. Ingrid also teaches energy law as an Adjunct Professor for Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Ingrid served as Chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Public Utilities Law Section (2013-2014), and currently serves on its Council. She also served as an Investigator for the Minnesota Second District Ethics Committee (2010-2013), and served on the Board of Supervisors for the Ramsey Conservation District (1999–2004). Ingrid was admitted to the Minnesota State Bar in 2005.
J.D., 2005. William Mitchell College of Law. St. Paul, Minnesota.
M.A., Environmental Resource Policy, 1996. The George Washington University. Washington, DC.
B.A., International Relations, 1991. St. Catherine University. St. Paul, Minnesota.