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Dustin Till's practice focuses on environmental and land use litigation, and he has specialized experience with natural resource, permitting, and environmental review issues in the Pacific Northwest. Dustin represents clients in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Missouri. He has appeared before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, federal district court, and the Washington State Court of Appeals.


Practice areas


  1. Energy & Utilities: 50%
    7 years, 20 cases
  2. Environmental and Natural Resources: 50%
    10 years, 25 cases

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  • Adam Duane Orford

    I have worked with Dustin now for several years. He is a superb colleague, a great friend, and an excellent attorney. From his work in the energy sector before the Bonneville Power Administration, to his work for public and private entities regarding a wide range of environmental matters, he has always provided me with an example of the kind of attorney I myself would like to be. I am lucky to have him as a colleague.


    Adam Orford Environmental and Natural Resources Attorney
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Contact info

1001 Sw 5th Ave Ste 1500
Portland, OR, 97204-1131


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Rising Star- Energy & Natural Reource LawOregon Super Lawyers2013
Rising Star- Energy & Natural Reource LawOregon Super Lawyers2010
CALI - Media Theory and the First AmendmentN/A2005
CALI - Environmental Law FundamentalsN/A2004
CALI - Administrative LawN/A2004
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AssociateMarten Law Group PLLC2005 - Present
ExternUnited States District Court for the Western District of Washington2004 - 2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
Oregon State Bar, Environmental and Natural Resources SectionExecutive Committee Member2010 - Present
Oregon State BarMember2009 - Present
King County Bar Environmental Law SectionChair Communications Committee2007 - 2009
Washington State Bar AssociationMember2005 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember2004 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
Natural Gas & Electricity JournalExamining Oil and Gas Policy in Obama's Second Term2013
Natural Gas & Electricity JournalControversy Over LNG Exports Up as Production Expands2013
The Environmental CounselorEnvironmental Groups Target Coal Ash Disposal2012
ABA Climate Change, Sustainable Development, and Ecosystems Committee NewsletterCalifornia Air Agency Adopts Controversial New Cap-and-Trade Rules2012
Law360BACT: to the Future of GHG Regulation2012
The Environmental CounselorSixth Circuit Rejects EPA's Aggregation of Air Emissions, Easing Permit Burden for Oil and Gas Industry2012
The Environmental CounselorNinth Circuit Dismisses Citien Suit Seeking CERCLA Penalties2011
LexisNexisTreatment of Greenhouse Gases under the National Environmental Policy Act2010
American Bar Association, Environment, Energy and Resources SectionEPA Proceeds with Climate Change Regulation as Legal Challenges Mount2010
American Bar Association, Environment, Energy and Resources SectionThe Right FIT to Promote Renewable Energy?2008
Washington State Bar Association Environmental & Land Use Law NewsletterEPA Consultation Process under ESA for FIFRA Regulations Struck Down by District Court2006
University of Puget Sound Law ReviewThe Right to Float on By: Why the Washington Legislature Should Expand Recreational Access to Washington’s Rivers and Streams2005
Seattle University Law ReviewThe Right to Float on By: Why the Washington Legislature Should Expand Recreational Access to Washington's Rivers and Streams2005
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Seattle University School of LawN/AJuris Doctor, summa cum laude2005
Western Washington UniversityN/ABachelor of Arts, magna cum laude2002
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Oregon State Bar Environmental Law Year in ReviewClimate Change & Renewable Energy Update2011
Future of Oregon's Water Supply & Management ConferencePolicy Drivers for Renewable Energy Development2011
Renewable Energy in the Pacific NorthwestEmerging International, National, and Local Climate Change Initiatives2008
Development Strategies and Partnerships for Smart GrowthAssessing Climate Change under the State Environmental Policy Act2008