Montana Environmental Law

  • Specializing in water law,
    wildlife protection, and public land and resource law
  • Visiting professor, University of Montana School of Law, Vermont Law School
  • Consultant, Author, Fulbright Scholar
  • Director of the Vermont Law School
    Water & Justice Program
  • Technical Advisor to the U.S.-Asia
    Partnership for Enviromental Law

Montana Environmental Law

Jack Tuholske has been practicing environmental law for nearly 30 years.

Since graduating cum laude from the University of Montana Law School in 1985, Jack has been lead counsel on over 60 published decisions in state and federal court for wildlife protection, land use, water law, public access, transportation and public lands management. His clients have prevailed in 19 cases before the Montana Supreme Court including groundbreaking cases in Montana environmental law for water, wildlife and land use.

Teacher & Consultant

In addition, Jack has been on an Adjunct and Visiting Professor at the University of Montana Law School, and has taught for the past 10 years at Vermont Law School, the nation’s number one environmental law program. He also serves as Director of the Water and Justice Program and is a Technical Advisor to the U.S.- Asia Partnership for Environmental Law. He provides consulting services to NGOs, government agencies and tribal governments.