Justin joined AquaLaw in 2013, bringing expertise assisting clients in a wide array of environmental matters including permitting, regulatory compliance, litigation, and enforcement defense. He combines a solid background in environmental law and science with a commitment to client service.
Prior to joining AquaLaw, Justin practiced in the environmental group of a national law firm in Washington, D.C. He represented businesses and trade associations in diverse industries such as electrical generation, fertilizer production, and shale gas production. Before that, Justin served for two years as a law clerk to U.S. District Judge Thomas E. Johnston in the Southern District of West Virginia.
J.D., University of Richmond, 2008, Magna Cum Laude
Law Review: University of Richmond Law Review, Allen Chair Editor
John Marshall Scholar
McNeill Law Honor Society
B.A., Pennsylvania State University, 2002
American Bar Association, Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources, Committee on Environmental Enforcement and Crimes Committee, Vice Chair 2012-2013
District of Columbia
Various Federal Courts