Amber Martin counsels state agencies, municipal governments, and other consumer-oriented clients to further their goal of ensuring the affordability and reliability of electric service. Her practice principally includes advocating on behalf of clients in proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) involving electricity market design, rulemakings, cost-of-service agreements, and electric transmission and gas pipeline rate cases. Amber has also represented state and municipal clients in energy- and telecommunications-focused litigation and appeals before various federal courts, and is experienced in handling all aspects of e-discovery.
Prior to joining Spiegel, Amber held various internships and positions with the Connecticut Attorney General’s Office Energy Department, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, Eversource Energy, and ISO New England Inc. Amber is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law. She received the American Bar Association Section of Urban, State and Local Government Law Prize in 2015.
Energy policy matters, electricity market design, transmission rate cases, telecommunications, litigation and appeals