Jerry Stouck

Jerry retired in October 2019 after a 40-year career as a Washington lawyer, most recently as a shareholder since 2005 in Greenberg Traurig's DC office. Jerry is now working on a biography of Janet Benshoof, a legendary advocate for women's reproductive rights and human rights who founded the Center for Reproductive Rights after heading the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project for 15 years. After leaving the CRR, Ms. Benshoof founded the Global Justice Center, a leading voice for women's right around the world under international law. In his legal career, Jerry had a wide-ranging trial and appellate litigation practice, with particular experience litigating complex business, regulatory and environmental disputes with government agencies. Jerry represented companies in the utility, nuclear energy, financial institutions, health care and real estate industries, among others. He was a leading practitioner in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and Federal Circuit, and represented parties and amici in a number of important cases under the Fifth Amendment's Takings Clause, on which he was an authority.

Advisory Council Committee: 
Takings / Tribal Claims