Climate Law Fellow
Justin Gundlach joined the Sabin Center in September 2015 as a Climate Law Fellow. Justin’s work at the Sabin Center focuses on using existing legal and regulatory tools to promote efforts on the part of governments and private actors to adapt to a changing climate.
Before starting at the Center, Justin worked as a staff attorney and clinical teaching fellow with the environmental section of Georgetown law school’s Institute for Public Representation. That fellowship followed several years of private practice, which in turn followed an internship in the Energy & Climate Change Section of the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Justin received an LL.M. from Georgetown with distinction in 2015 and a J.D., cum laude, from NYU School of Law in 2010. He is licensed to practice law in New York.
- HUD Doesn't Need New Legislative Authority to Better Integrate Climate Change Resilience into Its Disaster Recovery Program, with Channing Jones, 46 Environmental Law Reporter 10282 (2016)
- How Much Does the Existing Regulatory Patchwork Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law (Nov. 2015)
- Electric Power Supply Association v. FERC—The End of Wholesale Demand Response?, 42 Ecology Law Quarterly 699 (2015)
- The Supreme Court should uphold FERC Order 745, EnergyBiz, July 31, 2015
- Executive Office of the President, A Policy Framework for the 21st Century Grid, June 2011 (contributing author)
- Note, What's the Cost of a New Nuclear Power Plant? The Answer's Gonna Cost You, 18 NYU Environmental Law Journal 600 (2010)