Justin is an associate in the firm’s Maritime and Environmental practice groups and litigation department where his practice extends to all aspects of Admiralty and Maritime law, including Marine Insurance, Personal Injury, and Vessel Finance. His practice also includes advising clients on marine and environmental related concerns.

Justin joined the firm after receiving his Juris Doctorate and Certificate of Specialization in Maritime Law from Tulane University, where he served as the president of his class and an editor on the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. During law school, Justin interned for both the Federal Maritime Commission and the United States Department of Justice: Aviation & Admiralty Civil Division in Washington, D.C. 

Prior to law school, Justin, a graduate of the University of Virginia, worked in aquaculture for one of the largest oyster companies on the Chesapeake Bay, was a U.S. Sailing Instructor, and a collegiate racer.


Practice Areas
    • Education

      • J.D., Tulane University Law School, 2016
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      • American Bar Association
      • Maritime Law Association
      • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association
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    • Leadership

      • Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association, Member: Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee
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