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

Voted Top Energy Lawyer, Colorado Springs Style, 2016, 2017

 

Lisa Tormoen Hickey practices law to promote economic development and improve the lives of people throughout Colorado and the Intermountain West. She enjoys mixing economic analysis with environmental preservation, especially in the areas of energy regulation. Lisa promotes efficient preservation of economic and natural resources. 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. During her block breaks and vacations she was exposed to the immense beauty and fragility of the environment in the West. As a result Lisa enjoys serving nonprofit organizations, to promote environmental conservation and cultural activities, including the Palmer Land Trust, the Trails and Open Space Coalition and the Colorado Springs Chorale.  She and her husband divide their free time bicycling, exploring wild areas and enjoying live jazz and vocal music from their home base in Colorado Springs, Colorado.