Lisa Tormoen Hickey
B.A., Economics, The Colorado College, 1981
J.D., University of Colorado, Boulder, 1985
Licensed in Colorado since 1985, Wyoming since 1986
Martindale Hubbell Distinguished rating, Very High Legal Ability and Ethics
Voted Top Energy Lawyer, Colorado Springs Style, multiple years
Lisa Tormoen Hickey practices law to promote renewable energy and economic development throughout Colorado and the Intermountain West. She enjoys mixing economic analysis with environmental preservation, especially in the areas of the regulation of electricity renewable energy generation and transmission expansion. Lisa promotes cost effective and reliable infrastructure development while preserving our natural resources. Lisa also represents regulated businesses in real estate and business transactions.
Lisa was raised in a large family in Chicago and a small town in Wisconsin, learning the joys of hard work, outdoor recreation, music, family and old friends. She came to Colorado to attend Colorado College and to study Economics, History and Political Science. Lisa has served as a leader for a number of nonprofit organizations, to promote environmental conservation and cultural activities, including the Palmer Conservancy, the Trails and Open Space Coalition, the Colorado Springs Chorale and the Colorado Springs Cycling Club. She and her husband divide their free time bicycling, exploring wild areas and enjoying music of all types from their home base in Colorado Springs, Colorado.