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J.D., 2006, Stanford Law School
B.A., 1999, Wesleyan University
Justin Pidot graduated with high honors from Wesleyan University before attending Stanford Law School, where he graduated with distinction and was editor in chief of the Stanford Environmental Law Journal. Professor Pidot clerked for Judge Judith W. Rogers of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Prior to joining the University of Denver faculty, he was an appellate litigator at the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he presented argument in more than a dozen federal appellate cases and acted as the staff attorney on two cases before the United States Supreme Court. Professor Pidot also completed a fellowship at the Georgetown Environmental Law & Policy Institute.
Professor Pidot’s scholarship and teaching focus on environmental law, natural resources law, and federal courts. His current research examines the unique procedures federal courts use to assess their own jurisdiction.
- Deconstructing Disaster, Brigham Young University Law Review, Vol. 2013, Issue 2 (forthcoming March 2013).
- Jurisdictional Procedure, 54 William and Mary Law Review 1 (forthcoming November 2012).
- The Invisibility of Jurisdictional Procedure and Its Consequences, 64 Florida Law Review (forthcoming December 2012).