David S. Muraskin

Professorial Lecturer in Law
2000 H Street, NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20052
[email protected]

David S. Muraskin is the Litigation Director of Public Justice’s Food Project in Washington, DC. He focuses on impact litigation to promote sustainable alternatives to industrial animal agriculture. His docket consists of constitutional, consumer, worker, and environmental cases. Prior to joining Public Justice, Mr. Muraskin prosecuted qui tam litigation, served as the Alan Morrison Supreme Court Assistance Project Fellow with Public Citizen, and clerked for Judge James L. Dennis on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He has taught courses on food justice at Vermont Law School and complex civil litigation at Georgetown University Law Center. Mr. Muraskin graduated from Stanford Law School with Distinction, has a Master’s in forced migration from Oxford University, St. Antony’s College, and received a BA from the University of Chicago with highest honors. 


BA, University of Chicago; MSc, Oxford University; JD, Standard Law School

Classes Taught

Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Law