Devin D. Parram



Devin Parram provides counsel to corporations, associations, utilities and municipalities on a wide range of energy and environmental issues. His practice focuses on litigating and processing cases before the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO). He advises clients on various utility matters, ranging from routine regulatory filings to complex rate cases. Devin has also represented competitive energy suppliers on matters before the PUCO, including advising suppliers regarding the PUCO’s consumer protection rules. Likewise, his experience includes providing effective legal advice regarding purchase power agreements and leasing arrangements, energy procurement agreements, utility management agreements, renewable energy resources, and energy efficiency and distributed generation options.

Devin previously served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office Public Utilities Section. In this role, he argued numerous cases in the Ohio Supreme Court regarding PUCO appeals. In addition, while serving as an Assistant AG, Devin represented PUCO staff in cases before the PUCO and OPSB. This representation involved electric, natural gas, water, pipeline safety and transportation cases as well as the siting of transmission lines, natural gas pipelines, electric substations, wind turbines and natural gas-fired power plants.

Professional & Community Activities
  • Chair, Bricker & Eckler Walker Link Leadership group
  • Board Member, Ohio Energy Project
  • Board Member, Capital Law African American Law Alumni Association
  • Member, Ohio Gas Association, 2017-present
Presentations & Published Works
  • Speaker, "Review of Ohio's Recent Legislative Changes to Energy Efficiency Standards," Ohio State Bar Association Live CLE, March 2017
Bar Admissions & Activities
  • Admitted, State of Ohio, 2007
  • Capital University Law School (J.D., Order of Curia), 2007
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