Dietrich Hoefner is an associate in the firm’s Government and Regulatory Affairs practice group. His practice is focused on environmental and natural resources law, representing clients in the energy and utilities sectors.
Dietrich’s experience includes public utilities law and policy, environmental and natural resources law, and litigation. He has worked with public utility companies, natural resource industries, and local and national environmental groups on various energy and environmental legal matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Dietrich was an Assistant Attorney General Fellow at the Colorado Office of the Attorney General, where he represented consumer interests in electricity and natural gas matters. He was also a research fellow at the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship, where he focused on energy regulation.