Casey A. Furey is a Partner in the firm’s Bismarck, North Dakota office. She is a member of the Energy & Mineral Projects & Transactions practice group and her legal practice focuses primarily on administrative and regulatory matters.

Casey has represented and advised clients on all phases of energy development, including initial project review, due diligence, state and federal condemnations, and local land use and state siting permitting for an array of energy projects, including natural gas and crude oil transmission pipelines, electrical transmission lines, wind energy facilities, and natural gas plants. Casey extensively practices before the North Dakota Public Service Commission representing and advising energy clients on proposed rulemakings, regulatory compliance, and all aspects of the siting process from application preparation and filing, witness preparation, administrative hearings, to post order compliance filings. Casey has successfully advised and assisted clients in securing local land use and state siting permits for energy projects valued at over 350 million dollars. Casey has advised energy clients on state legislation and has assisted clients with drafting proposed legislation and developing legislative strategy.

Casey previously served as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the North Dakota Public Service Commission and has authored a law review article on wind facility siting in North Dakota. Casey currently serves on the Ethics Committee for the North Dakota State Bar Association.

Practice Areas

Bar Admission

North Dakota, 2014

Education

2013 – J.D., University of North Dakota School of Law
2010 – B.A., Political Science, Colorado State University

Honors & Awards

Great Plains Rising Stars (2018-Present)
Selected to 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch – Natural Resource Law

Professional Affiliations

State Bar Association of North Dakota
Ethics Committee of the State Bar Association of North Dakota – July 2016 to July 2022
Big Muddy Bar Association
Judge Bruce M. Van Sickle American Inn of Court
Young Professionals Committee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

Presentations & Publications

Wind Energy Development in North Dakota, State Bar Association of North Dakota Annual Real Property, Probate and Trust Seminar (2019)
Wind Siting in North Dakota, North Dakota Law Review Energy Law Symposium (2017)
Environmental Due Diligence and CERCLA Surprises, State Bar Association of North Dakota Real Property, Probate and Trust Seminar (2016)