Jeremy Lieb

Senior Attorney Alaska Office


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Jeremy Lieb is a senior attorney in the Anchorage, Alaska Office.

Prior to joining Earthjustice in 2018, Jeremy served as a law clerk for Judge Salvador Mendoza Jr. on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington. He also previously served as a law clerk for Judge Morgan Christen on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Justice Craig Stowers on the Alaska Supreme Court, and he worked in private practice for a small law firm in eastern Washington state.

Jeremy received his law degree from the University of Washington School of Law in 2013. Before law school, he spent several years working for conservation districts in Washington state. He holds a B.A. in geography from Central Washington University.

The Latest from Jeremy Lieb

January 10, 2022

In the News: Wall Street Journal

U.S. Moves to Restrict Oil Leasing in Alaska

“That still falls far short of what the administration’s commitments are on climate.”
January 7, 2022

In the News: E&E News

Will Biden’s oil plans unleash an Arctic ‘carbon bomb’?

“The federal government has an obligation and the authority to restrict oil and gas activity in the reserve to protect other resources, including the climate. The science is clear that the world can’t afford to develop even a small portion of that oil.”
August 18, 2021

In the News: The New York Times

Court Blocks a Vast Alaskan Drilling Project, Citing Climate Dangers

“This is a resounding win for our clients and the climate. The court’s decision vacates the Trump administration’s decision approving the Willow project, and we hope the Biden administration takes this opportunity to reconsider the project in light of its commitment to address the climate emergency.”<