Over the past 20 years and going forward, IAE will stand for the rights of those who've lost whats dear to them. And we look forward to growing Oklahoma's environmental policy.
From each partner's roots in their family's farm to the complex, unique cases, IAE developed a breadth of experience necessary to navigate the difficult. For example, a pollution case requires much scientific, technical information to prove. IAE often manages two or three experts per case, sometimes four or five.
With some cases taking almost a decade, IAE has grown tough skins yet tender hearts for their clients. IAE is selective about what clients they take, although those few they take, they treat like family, staying involved beyond the work.
The IAE team came together because of their mutual desire to see into conscientious stewardship of the land. IAE continues to compare each decision to this vision, reconciling the damaged and preserving our future.
nuclear incident devastated the environment of many families in Jason Aamodt's Pennsylvania community. As a child, Jason was in awe at how lawyers came in to defensed the abused against the massive companies who lacked accountability.
As Jason excelled through school, the Dean of Tulsa University encouraged him to connect with and serve Indian tribes. This began IAE's tradition of excellence serving American Indian groups.
In 2010, with Jason sharing more of himself with students, he brought in Krystina and Dallas. They've grown into the partnership that IAE is today. Now, Dallas' problem-solving skills and Krystina's fine-detailed organization compliment Jason's leadership.