U.S. District Court Central District of California
Lewis and Clark College Northwestern School of Law,
Oregon Honors: Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resources law
Environmental Law Review,
University of Southern California, May, 2005
B.A. Honors: Trojan Debate Squad, 4 year scholarship member for Policy Debate. Major: International Relations Minor: Gender Studies
The Law Office of Gideon Kracov,
United States Department of Justice Environmental Enforcement Section, Santa Monica Baykeeper (now known as Los Angeles Waterkeeper),
Environment Now, Law Offices of Robert Ukeiley,
Rod Danielson Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee,
Air Quality Coordinator for the Northwest Environmental Defense Center
Pro Bono Activities
United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research
California League of Conservation Voters
Taiwan Environmental Action Network
Fund for Public Interest Research
Classes and Seminars
Mitchell Tsai, “How To Stop Major Development Projects in California” New American Leaders Fellowship Meeting (Dec. 4, 2013).
Gideon Kracov, Shufan Sung, & Mitchell M. Tsai, “Can Citizen Suits Help China Battle Pollution” Los Angeles Daily Journal (Jan. 8, 2014).
Mitchell M. Tsai, “CEQA ‘Reform’ Begins To Take Hold” Los Angeles Daily Journal” (Aug. 25, 2014).
Mitchell M. Tsai, “Til The Well Runs Dry: Administrative Record Preparation Cost Recovery Under The California Environmental Quality Act” American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy and Resources Energy and Natural Resources Litigation Committee Newsletter (Dec. 2014).
Mitchell M. Tsai, “Concerns about a CEQA Reform That Favors Multimodal Transportation” Los Angeles Lawyer” (Jan. 2015).
Mitchell M. Tsai, “The Ports of Los Angeles And Long Beach Backstop Rule: An Indirect Way For States To Make Polluters Live Up To Their Commitments” American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy and Resources Air Quality Committee Newsletter (July 2015)
Southern California Leadership Network, 2013-2014 New American Leaders Fellow –Fellowship program providing leadership and communications training to develop leadership skills for first and second generation Americans.
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