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Volunteer and Engagement Opportunities

EBA members who volunteer work closely with current and future industry leaders and help promote EBA’s mission to promote the professional excellence and ethical integrity of its members in the practice, administration, and development of energy laws, regulations, and policies.

Volunteering raises you and your company’s profile while offering numerous opportunities to host, participate, develop and shape the types of programs and educational offerings of EBA.  Volunteers make contacts in all facets of the energy industry that are valuable for professional development, providing advice on issues and networking.  Volunteers also develop and enhance their leadership and speaking skills and gain a deeper understanding of the role that the EBA plays in the Energy sector.

Steering Committees

Steering Committees work throughout the year to develop innovative and engaging programming and author articles on various energy industry sectors for the Energy Law Journal. Steering committees are aligned by energy industry sectors and include Electricity; Energy Insecurity; Gas, Oil & Liquids, Federal/State Practices, Finance, Transactions, & Investments, and Compliance and Enforcement. Learn More


Similar to Steering Committees, EBA Councils focus on programming and engagement opportunities based on practice setting or other individual categories. Councils include Energy Professional Council, In-House Counsel Coalition, Professional Education Council, Senior Lawyers Council, and the Young Lawyers Council. Learn More

Regional Chapters

EBA has eight chapters across the United States, Canada and Mexico. When you belong to EBA, you are also able to select your chapter affiliation. Learn More

Young Lawyers & Students

Energy Bar Association (EBA) seeks to provide young lawyers and students with resources to enrich their understanding of energy law and opportunities to interact and develop relationships with experienced energy law practitioners and industry professionals.  EBA's Young Lawyers Council (YLC) develops and hosts educational and social events with particular focus on young lawyers and students. Learn More

Mentorship Program

EBA's Senior Lawyers Council is a group of experienced EBA members committed to mentoring EBA members who are beginning their legal careers or considering a mid-career change. The Council offers a virtual mentoring program. Learn More

Charitable Foundations

The Charitable Foundation of the Energy Bar Association is a non-profit charitable organization formed in 2002 under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation engages in a variety of energy-related and general charitable activities. Learn More

Write for the EBA

Write for the EBA website, the EBA Brief, or the Energy Law Journal. If you are interested in writing content for any of our digital channels, email Claudia Pitarque