Ingrid Bjorklund opened her practice in St. Paul, Minnesota after two decades of combined legal, regulatory, and legislative experience gained in private practice, government, and in-house. Ingrid also served as an Adjunct Professor of Energy Law for Mitchell Hamline School of Law and a Contract Administrative Law Judge for the Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings.
Ingrid offers an insider’s perspective on regulatory issues from her years regulating energy entities on behalf of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, Minnesota Department of Commerce, and Midwest Reliability Organization. She also worked on high profile energy issues at the Minnesota Legislature as staff and contract lobbyist. Ingrid served as an executive and associate general counsel for a startup renewable energy developer where she developed and led an initiative to build private high-voltage transmission lines to support wind energy. Prior to starting her own firm, she practiced energy law and business law at a midsized law firm where she represented utilities, renewable energy developers, and biofuel producers. Ingrid was admitted to the Minnesota Bar in 2005.
J.D., William Mitchell College of Law. St. Paul, Minnesota.
M.A., Environmental Resource Policy. The George Washington University. Washington, DC.
B.A., International Relations. St. Catherine University. St. Paul, Minnesota.
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