Meghan Grabel, a partner in Osborn Maledon’s Administrative Law group, serves as Lead Counsel for the Arizona Investment Council. Her practice focuses on energy law and public utility regulation.
Ms. Grabel has represented and advised clients on a variety of regulatory matters including rate cases, integrated resource plans, energy efficiency and renewable energy policy proceedings, transmission line and power plant sitings, plant acquisitions and divestitures, financing applications, requests for accounting orders, affiliate interest rule applications and analysis, rulemakings, distribution line extensions, certificates of convenience and necessity, territorial disputes, electric service agreements, appeals from Arizona Corporation Commission decisions, regulatory investigations and formal customer complaints.
Before entering private practice, Ms. Grabel was a judicial clerk for Judge Barry Silverman on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and for Justice Andrew Hurwitz of the Arizona Supreme Court. She earned her J.D. from Arizona State University, graduating first in her class, summa cum laude and Order of the Coif. She received a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Arizona.