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Counsel since 1999, Planner 2 years (1992–94). B.S., Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo (1990) (City and Regional Planning); M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1992) (Environmental Policy, Planning, and Mediation); J.D., Lewis and Clark, Northwestern School of Law (1997) (Environmental and Natural Resources Law certificate). Jeff is also an adjunct professor of law at Lewis and Clark Law School (currently teaching land use law and interstate compact law, and occasionally administrative law); and an advisory board member and Legal Advisor for The Council of State Governments’ National Center for Interstate Compacts.
Jeff is a frequent speaker on interstate governance arrangements at continuing education programs and resource that other interstate compact agencies call to help think through thorny problems. Jeff’s writings include annual chapters on Intergovernmental Relations for the ABA Administrative Law Section’s annual Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice book since 2008; the first-ever casebook on interstate compact law, Interstate Compacts: Case and Materials (3d ed. Semaphore Press 2018); volume editor for A Guide to Federal Agency Adjudication 2d ed. (ABA Press 2012); co-author for the second edition of The Evolving Use and Changing Role of Interstate Compacts (ABA Press, 2016); contributing author on intergovernmental agreements to The Municipal Law Deskbook (ABA Press 2015); and several chapters in various Oregon and Washington Bar Books. In 2016, Lewis and Clark Law School named Jeff a Distinguished Environmental Law graduate.