About EBA

The Energy Bar Association is an international, non-profit association of attorneys, energy professionals, and students active in all areas of energy law.  EBA has seven regional chapters across the U.S.. and an increasing number of members in Canada and Mexico.

The EBA hosts numerous educational seminars annually, including two national conferences a year.  The educational programming focuses on providing introductory to advanced level programs, many approved for continuing legal education credits (CLE).  An important part of EBAs success has always been its member interaction and networking opportunities.  EBA hosts various lunch, reception and dinner programs providing opportunities for our vast membership to meet and share their expertise. 

Volunteer opportunities are plentiful with EBA – from serving on Association committees, to speaking engagements, and leadership roles with the Board of Directors. 

To find out more about EBA visit the links below.  We also invite you to join us for one of many programs throughout the year.  Our events calendar is found here.

Download the 2016-2017 Annual Report

The Energy Bar Association (EBA)  was established in 1946 as the Federal Power Bar Association and in 1977, the organization changed its name to Federal Energy Bar Association reflect the name change of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.  Around 2000, "Federal"  was dropped from the name to reflected the diversity of practices the membership, not all of whom focus on federal law. 

Diversity and Inclusion

The Energy Bar Association (“EBA”) is committed to the goals of fostering an inclusive and diverse membership and increasing diversity across all levels of the Association.  Attorneys and energy professionals in the energy field are welcome to join our ranks, regardless of race, creed, color, gender (including gender identity or expression), sexual orientation, family and marital status (including pregnancy), family responsibilities, religion, national origin, age, personal appearance, political affiliation, veterans status, disability, source of income (government, solo, corporate, firm practice), or place of residence or business (geographic diversity) and are encouraged to become active participants in the Association’s activities.