Eden Fauré counsels her clients on legal issues regarding public power, project development, and emerging energy challenges and legislation impacting utilities. Eden has reviewed and analyzed Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) decisions impacting clients and drafted memoranda synthesizing technical concepts and FERC determinations for use by non-attorney clients. She has represented and advocated for clients in settlement conferences, convenings of settlement parties, and client meetings.

Before joining Stoel Rives, Eden practiced in Washington, D.C. While attending law school, she was a corporate legal intern for UnitedHealthCare and served as a student attorney in the Indian Child Welfare Act clinic.


University of Minnesota Law School, J.D., 2022; Dean’s List; Dean’s Distinguished Scholarship

St. Olaf College, B.A., Political Science, Asian Studies, China Studies Concentration, 2017




  • Collaborated in negotiating favorable settlement outcome for electric cooperative clients in rate-making settlement before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
  • Successfully advocated against increased utility depreciation rates to achieve more favorable depreciation rates for electric cooperative and municipal utility clients.


Insights & Presentations

  • “Working With Electric Utility Contracts for Non-Lawyers,” EUCI Course, November 13–14, 2023



  • Member, Energy Bar Association, 2022-present


Practice Areas

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