Justin Trujillo

Justin joined Tjornehoj & Hack, LLC in 2018 as an associate attorney focusing on preparing mineral title opinions and analyzing oil and gas leasehold interests. Justin’s interest in oil and gas law began in law school where his first legal internship involved the City of Longmont fracking case in 2013. After law school, Justin began his law practice at a Denver firm focused on litigating a wide variety of oil and gas related issues. Justin applies his experience in oil and gas litigation to help anticipate and mitigate issues identified during the title examination process.

Justin earned his law degree from the University of Colorado. He also holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Anthropology and Law & Society from the University of California, Riverside.

 

Education

University of Colorado, Wolf Law School
Juris Doctorate, May 2016

University of California, Riverside
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology; Law & Society, June, 2012

Bar Admissions

Colorado Supreme Court: December 7, 2016