Jordan Cohen is a prolific legal researcher and writer with an emerging focus on public lands law and related issues in his natural resources practice.
Jordan takes a thoughtful, collaborative approach when helping clients navigate complex legal issues with many moving parts. His experience includes representing public and private clients including, mining companies, oil and gas companies, ski resorts, water and wastewater utilities, Native American tribes, infrastructure developers and renewable energy companies, among others. He has assisted with complex natural resources litigation, compliance counseling and administrative enforcement proceedings. Jordan has also worked on projects involving the National Environmental Policy Act, the Federal Land Policy and Management Act and other federal land management statutes, the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and various areas of state and federal administrative law.
Jordan maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing clients in immigration matters and counseling nonprofits on public lands and water rights issues. While in law school, Jordan interned for the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Office of the Solicitor, where his work focused on various natural resources and Indian law issues. Jordan also served as a staff editor on the Georgetown Law Technology Review.