Jason Aamodt is a clinical professor with Oklahoma State University Tulsa Campus and a practicing attorney with 20 years of experience working with Indian Tribes and individuals. Mr. Aamodt is licensed to practice in all Oklahoma courts, the Northern, Western and Eastern Federal Districts of Oklahoma, the Western and Eastern Districts of Arkansas, the United States Federal Court of Claims, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He teaches Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, Water Law, International Environmental Law, and Corporate and Sustainable Responsibility. Mr. Aamodt represents Indian tribes and Individuals on a wide range of issues, from environmental contamination, natural resource protection, to land, financial trust and accounting matters. He settled the fifth largest Indian Trust Accounting case, obtained a National Law Journal Top-25 jury verdict (2013), certified the first class action in Oklahoma based on an air dispersion model, and established a new cause of action against the United States for Indian Tribes. Recent publications include: The Role of Conjunctive Management in Sustainable Development, in Delivering Energy Policy in the EU and US: A Multi-Disciplinary Reader (Edinburgh Univ. Press 2016); Using Appropriate Sustainable Energy Technologies (ASETS) to Promote Access to Energy for the Other Third, in International Energy Development, the Emerging Contours (Routledge 2015) (Invited to provide chapter); and Can the Chinese Biogas Experience Shed Light on the Future of Sustainable Energy Development?, 42 Denver J. Int'l Law & Pol. 427 (2014). He received his B.A. degree from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and his J.D. degree from the University of Tulsa College of Law.