Renewable Energy Attorney, Husch Blackwell LLP
Bo Mahr is a renewable energy attorney at Husch Blackwell LLP where he assists clients in the development of utility scale wind and solar projects across the country. Previously, he worked at the Conservation Law Center, a non-profit law firm providing environmental and conservation organizations with legal and policy expertise. A graduate of W&L School of Law and the University of Missouri’s Business School, Bo’s interest in the intersection of economics and environmentalism has found him in roles at regional, state, and federal government agencies advocating for political, economic, and social justice. Bo is also actively involved with the American Constitution Society where he is a Next Generation Leader and currently the Co-President of the Kansas City Chapter. He is also a long-time Vice-Chair on the American Bar Association’s Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources Committee.