Bruggeman selected for 4th Institute for Energy Law Leadership Class
Aaron Bruggeman, an energy and natural resources attorney based in Bricker’s Barnesville office, has been accepted into the 4th Institute for Energy Law Leadership Class. Aaron was selected from a nationwide pool of applicants for the 40-member class, which includes attorneys and an economist from nine states, the District of Columbia, and Mexico. Many members work in oil and gas litigation and transactions, but several members also have experience in many other areas of law.
This year’s class is required to participate in a rigorous education-based program geared toward young energy professionals, including the IEL Leadership Academy Retreat and the 5th National Young Energy Professionals’ Law Conference. Other programming includes webinars, in-house counsel forums and events geared toward young energy professionals.
Part of the nonprofit Center for American and International Law, the Institute for Energy Law has a long history of providing high-quality continuing legal education through conferences, seminars and forums, and counts among its membership leading professionals in the energy industry worldwide.
Bricker is pleased to congratulate Aaron on this accomplishment and looks forward to a significant relationship with the IEL and the wider energy community.