Public Utilities Law Section


To provide a forum for discussion of regulatory and other issues affecting public utilities and provide opportunities for continuing legal education in this specialty field. Section members are active in the area of public utility regulations in Minnesota.

Member Benefits

Joining together and meeting at convenient times for discussion of problems, ideas and knowledge of mutual benefit.

Informing one another of significant, specific and general developments in legislative, administrative and judicial fields affecting aspects of their practice involving public utilities law.

Providing opportunities for scrutiny, discussion and review of administrative agencies' powers, affairs, practices and procedures, including rules and rule making, policy making, enforcement and adjudicatory functions.

On February 24, 2016, the section sponsored a program on Transmission Interconnection in an RTO World: Transmission Planning/Construction/Interconnection in the MISO Footprint.  This video is for informational purposes only and is not available for CLE credit as an on-demand or video replay.