Ingrid Bjorklund is the principal attorney of Bjorklund Law, PLLC, which provides legal and consulting services to energy clients (www.bjorklundlaw.com). Prior to starting her own firm, Ingrid worked for governmental agencies regulating energy companies, served as an executive and associate general counsel for a renewable energy developer, and represented energy clients in private practice.
Ingrid earned her J.D. in 2005 from William Mitchell College of Law and served on the William Mitchell Law Review. She also holds an M.A. in Environmental Resource Policy from The George Washington University and a B.A. in International Relations from St. Catherine University. Ingrid served as Chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Public Utilities Law Section and remains on the Council. She also served on the Minnesota Second District Ethics Committee and the Board of Supervisors for the Ramsey Conservation District.
Ingrid teaches Energy Law.