Sean H. Donahue is an attorney and co-founding partner of the D.C.-based law firm Donahue & Goldberg, LLP, where his practice is focused on complex environmental and administrative law cases in federal and state appellate courts. A graduate of University of Chicago Law School, Sean served as law clerk to then-D.C. Circuit Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and to Justice John Paul Stevens. After entering practicing at Jenner & Block's Washington office, he spent four years at the Appellate Section of the Department of Justice’s Environmental and Natural Resources Division. Since establishing his own practice in 2002, Sean has represented environmental and public health organization parties in numerous major environmental and clean energy cases in the Supreme Court and the courts of appeals. He has taught courses in environmental law, climate change law and policy, civil procedure, constitutional law and other subjects at Iowa College of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, Stanford Law School, and Vermont Law and Graduate School. Sean lives with his family in San Francisco.