B.A., George Washington; J.D., George Washington; M.B.A., John Hopkins
B.A., The George Washington University; J.D. The George Washington University Law School; M.B.A., The Johns Hopkins University. Director, Legal Division, Office of Administrative Litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, where Professor Kroeger leads trial counsel in the settlement and litigation of disputes involving jurisdictional electric, natural gas, and oil pipeline controversies. In FERC’s Office of Enforcement, Professor Kroeger led investigations and litigated cases involving the Western energy crisis, market manipulation, and transmission provider abuse, among others, and developed enforcement policy following the Energy Policy Act of 2015, including procedural protections for regulated firms. Previously, Professor Kroeger practiced energy law with the firm of Wheatley and Wollesen.