JD, University of Montana, 1985
Jack Tuholske is a private practitioner in Missoula, Mont. He is a visiting professor at Vermont Law School and the University of Montana Law School. He specializes in public interest environmental litigation throughout the West. He has been lead counsel for more than 45 published decisions, including seminal decisions in Montana environmental, land use, and constitutional law, as well as cases under the federal Endangered Species, Clean Water, and National Environmental Policy acts. In recognition of his work for public interest groups, he was awarded the William O. Douglas Award by the Sierra Club in 2002 and the Kerry Rydberg Award in 2010 by the University of Oregon Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. As a Fulbright Scholar in 2009, he taught courses in climate change and comparative environmental law at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.