Justin Rattey represents clients in complex civil litigation matters, including mass torts, multidistrict ligation, and Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) litigation. He has experience with many aspects of litigation, including offensive and defensive discovery, fact investigation, drafting briefs and motions, managing expert witnesses, and legal research.
Justin also maintains an active pro bono practice, including representing clients seeking asylum.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Justin served as a judicial law clerk to Judge John F. Kness on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. While in law school, Justin worked as a research assistant to Dean William M. Treanor and Professor Carlos M. Vázquez and assisted clients in the Civil Litigation Clinic.
- Georgetown University (J.D. magna cum laude 2020; Executive Articles Editor, The Georgetown Law Journal; Meritorious Service Award; Ph.D. in Government with distinction 2020; M.A. in Government 2019); St. Mary's College of Maryland (B.A. in Political Science & Philosophy summa cum laude 2014)
- District of Columbia and Maryland
- Intern, U.S. Department of Justice: Criminal Division, Fraud Section (Fall 2018) and Office of Legal Policy (Summer 2018)
- Law Clerk to Judge John F. Kness, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois (Chicago) (2021-2022)