Former US Department of Justice Attorney John A. Sheehan Joins Clark Hill PLC Washington DC
– John A. Sheehan, former senior trial attorney and special counsel to the Assistant Attorney General in the Environment & Natural Resources Division of the US Department of Justice, has joined Clark Hill PLC Washington DC, the firm leadership announced today. John was most recently in private practice.
“The addition of John Sheehan to our growing Washington DC office is a great development for our clients and our team,” said Charlie Spies, managing member of Clark Hill PLC’s Washington DC office. “John’s significant experience with environmental issues, particularly as it relates to the Clean Water Act and state water laws, brings a unique and specialized perspective to the firm. We are looking forward to leveraging his talent for the benefit of our clients.”
While at the Department of Justice, John was selected for a special detail to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel where he advised on litigation by the tobacco industry against EPA and rulemaking challenges under several environmental statutes.
John is also the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, including the Department of Justice Award for Exceptional Achievement, the Environmental Protection Agency Special Merit Award and the Department of Justice Special Achievement Award.
He is admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court and the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.
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