B.A., Hamline University; J.D., Harvard University
Before joining GW Law, Dean Juni practiced environmental law for almost 20 years. After law school, she worked as a trial attorney in the Environment & Natural Resources Division of the Department of Justice, where she represented federal agencies in dozens of litigation matters and served as the Division representative to the Attorney General’s Task Force on Alternative Dispute Resolution. Dean Juni then moved to Jones Day, where her practice involved a variety of domestic and international environmental issues, including claims for natural resource damages, appellate regulatory challenges, facility audits, property acquisition and development, toxic torts, environmental impact statement requirements, and expert witness management. Dean Juni taught at GW Law School as an adjunct professor for 15 years during her work in government and private practice. Her writing has focused on public participation and dispute resolution processes, novel bases for tort claims, and nanotechnology governance.
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