Jeffrey Eustis

Adjunct Professor

Biography

Jeffrey Eustis concentrates in land use and environmental law. He graduated from Harvard College in 1970 and obtained his JD degree in 1979 from the University of Puget Sound (now Seattle University). He is the author of Chapter 111, Land Use Appeals and Litigation--Challenging the Action and he co-authored Chapters 97, Zoning, and 118, Surface Water all within the Real Property Deskbook (WSBA, the 1997 and 2001 supplements). Since 2001 Mr. Eustis has been an adjunct professor of law at Seattle University where he teaches environmental law and particularly a course on NEPA, SEPA and the Endangered Species Act. A large part of his practice involves the representation of citizens and environmental organizations. He is a founding and current board member of the state-wide growth management organization, 1000 Friends of Washington.

Contact

Law Offices of J. Richard Aramburu and Jeffrey M. Eustis
505 Madison Street, No. 209
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: (206) 625.9515
E-mail: eustis@aramburu-eustis.com

Courses

  • Environmental Law