Cozen O’Connor: Hummel, Amorie

Amorie Hummel

Associate

Philadelphia

(215) 665-4643

(215) 665-2013

Recent Publication:

D.C. Circuit Upholds Strict One-Year Deadline for State Waivers of Water Quality Certifications [Alert]

Amorie Hummel discusses the decision in Hoopa Valley Tribe v. FERC and why those with Section 401 permits lingering should consider whether the agency’s review has been waived or whether a discussion with the state agency regarding the one-year timeline may be beneficial for the project.

Amorie Hummel is an associate in the firm's Philadelphia office. 

Amorie received her J.D., cum laude, from Temple University Beasley School of Law and Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in English literature from Cedar Crest College. 

During law school, Amorie worked as a business analyst within the Project Management Department of PPL Electric Utilities, a public utility company serving several regions throughout Eastern Pennsylvania. After two years in this role, she transitioned into the Office of General Counsel for PPL Corporation, the utility’s parent holding company, where Amorie served as a law clerk. She performed legal research on a wide range of transactional and litigation matters affecting the power generation and utilities industry. Amorie worked for PPL Corporation during its reorganization into a vertically aligned utilities company and the spinoff of its marketing and generation assets.

At Temple Law, Amorie served as a teaching assistant for Professors Hosea Harvey and Samuel Hodge and a research assistant for Professors Kevin Fandl and Amy Sinden. She also took part in the yearlong Federal Judicial Clinical Honors Program with Chief Judge Petrese Tucker of the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Following graduation from Temple Law, Amorie served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Malachy E. Mannion of the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania. 

Publications

D.C. Circuit Upholds Strict One-Year Deadline for State Waivers of Water Quality Certifications [Alert]

January 30, 2019

Amorie Hummel discusses the decision in Hoopa Valley Tribe v. FERC and why those with Section 401 permits lingering should consider whether the agency’s review has been waived or whether a discussion with the state agency regarding the one-year timeline may be beneficial for the project.

Education

  • Temple University—James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2016
  • Cedar Crest College, B.A., summa cum laude, 2008
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court -- Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Honorable Malachy E. Mannion, U.S. District Court -- Middle District of Pennsylvania