Aaron A. Schmoll

Aaron Schmoll joined Lewis Kappes in 2017. Aaron has extensive experience in utility regulation, having practiced at the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission as a Senior Administrative Law Judge for 12 years. Over that time, Aaron advised the Commission on numerous rate proceedings, requests for certificates of pubic convenience and necessity, tracker proceedings, telecommunication arbitrations, and a variety of other contested matters involving electric, gas, water, wastewater, and telecommunications utilities. Aaron also has significant experience in environmental law, having practiced at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for five years, advising the department on air and hazardous waste enforcement and permitting matters.

Aaron also served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable L. Mark Bailey of the Indiana Court of Appeals. In law school, Aaron was a managing editor of the Federal Communications Law Journal.

Bar Admissions

State – Indiana

Education

Indiana University Mauer School of Law, J.D., 1997
Federal Communications Law Journal
Indiana University, B.S., Geology, 1994

Affiliations & Community Involvement

Indiana State Bar Association, Member, Utility Law Section
St. Monica Catholic Church, Lector
Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Board, Member (2010-2016)

Speeches & Publications

Author: “Sobriety Test: The Court Walks the Central Hudson Line Once Again in 44 Liquormart, but Passes on New First Amendment Review,” 50 Fed. Comm. L.J. 753 (1998).