Ted is an associate in Chicago’s Environmental group. He brings a wide breadth of experience to his practice from multiple experiences at varying branches of federal and state government.

Most recently, Ted was a law clerk for the Hon. Cecilia A. Horan, Cook County Circuit Court, Chancery Division. At the federal level, Ted interned at the United States Department of the Interior, Rocky Mountain Region Solicitor’s Office, and at the United States Attorney’s Office, District of Colorado. While working for the Department of the Interior, Ted assisted with motions filed with the Interior Board of Land Appeals and issues facing the National Park Service. At the state level, Ted interned for the Hon. Ted C. Tow III, Colorado Court of Appeals, and at the Denver City Attorney’s Office, working in municipal operations.

Ted received his J.D., with an Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law Certificate, from the University of Colorado Law School, where he was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as Lead Notes and Comments Editor for the Colorado Environmental Law Journal. Prior to starting his law career, Ted earned his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan and worked as a materials engineer for an automotive interior parts supplier.


  • University of Colorado Law School (2023)

    Order of the Coif

  • University of Michigan (2016)

    B.S.E. – Chemical Engineering


  • State - Illinois

Speeches and Publications

Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act Preemption of State Failure-to-Warn Laws, 34 Colo. Env’t L. J. (2023)

Professional Affiliations

  • Chicago Bar Association

    YLS Environmental Law Committee, Chair