Assistant Professor Brandon Hofmeister teaches Energy Law, Civil Procedure and The Regulatory State. He most recently served as special counsel for energy and climate policy in the office of Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm. In that capacity, he was the governor’s primary adviser on energy and climate issues, and a member of her nine-person executive team. During that same period, he was a Chevening fellow (University of Edinburgh), working alongside energy policy decision-makers from countries around the world. Earlier, he was deputy legal counsel to Gov. Granholm, and a law clerk to U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara. Professor Hofmeister earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School and an A.B. from Harvard College.
"Bridging the Gap: Using Social Psychology to Design Market Interventions to Overcome the Energy Efficiency Gap in Residential Energy Markets," 19 Southeastern Environmental Law Journal 1 (2010).