Jesse Miles is a commercial litigator. Prior to joining Lane Powell, Jesse was a Law Clerk for the Honorable David S. Mann of the Washington State Court of Appeals, Division I. Jesse’s time with the court exposed him to myriad areas of Washington law and afforded him the opportunity to work on nearly 60 opinions over two years. READ MORE
Before his time with the Court, Jesse worked as a Clerk for the Department of Energy’s Bonneville Power Administration, The Department of Justice’s Environment and Natural Resource Division, the legal clinic Western Resources Legal Center, and Occidental Petroleum Corporation.
Jesse is a published biologist with experience in the environmental sciences. Jesse worked as a Research Fellow during his study at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, as a Laboratory Technician at The U.S. Geological Survey, and as a Teaching and Research Assistant at Purdue University, where he obtained his Master’s of Science.
Outside of the office, Jesse enjoys terrarium building, backpacking, karaoke, and cooking.
Washington State Court of Appeals, Division I, Law Clerk to the Honorable David S. Mann (2020-2022)
Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Environmental Counsel Legal Intern (2020)
Western Resources Legal Center, Law Clerk (2019)
U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division, Summer Law Clerk (2019)
U.S. Department of Energy, Bonneville Power Administration, Summer and 2L-Year Law Clerk (2018-2019)
Purdue University, Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant (2013-2016)
The U.S. Geological Survey, Laboratory Technician (2013)
The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, Research Fellow (2011-2013)
King County Bar Association, Environmental and Land Use Section, Appellate Section (2021-Present)
Washington State Bar Association, Environmental and Land Use Section (2021-Present)
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