Heather S. Glass

Heather has experience advising clients on energy regulation, commercial contracting and technology transactions, corporate governance, and general commercial matters.

Heather's practice focuses on the representation of domestic and international energy sector clients, with emphasis on FERC electric regulation, commercial contracting, and infrastructure project development. Prior to becoming an attorney, she worked as a certified public accountant.

Heather's pro bono work includes representation of Comfort Zone Camp, a bereavement camp for children.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Energy and Infrastructure, 2) Regulated Markets and Energy Infrastructure and 3) Project Finance and Development
Law School Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., 2000)
Education University of Virginia (B.S.,1993)
Bar Member / Association Virginia State Bar Association
Most recent firm Hunton & Williams LLP
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