Adam Eldean, Attorney-Advisor
Education: University of Connecticut, B.A. Economics and Political Science 2009 | George Washington University Law School, J.D. Energy Law, Environmental Law, International Trade 2014
Joined FERC: Fall 2014
“I interned with several offices at the Commission during law school including the Office of Enforcement, the Office of the General Counsel, and the Office of Administrative Litigation. Interning in the different offices gave me a broader understanding of the Commission’s work and I knew it was the place I wanted to start my legal career. I was drawn to the daily opportunities to work on interesting legal questions and help develop energy policy.”
What makes working at FERC different than working at other agencies?
“My favorite part of my job is collaborating with my smart and motivated co-workers to tackle all sorts of interesting questions. I am fortunate to be surrounded by co-workers with a variety of professional and educational backgrounds and we work together as a team to fulfill FERC's mission. The work we do at the Commission is important and fulfilling and I enjoy every minute of it.”