Caleb's government and industry experience allows him to overcome environmental and energy challenges inside and outside of the courtroom.


Caleb finds solutions to environmental and energy-related problems through litigation, negotiation, and guidance on state and federal compliance procedures. He has worked through Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, NEPA, Section 1926(b), and other related legal challenges, with particular experience litigating public utility issues before courts and state public service commissions. This experience has included working for public and municipal utilities, large energy consumers, and healthcare institutions. In addition to traditional legal practice, Caleb has consulted for elected officials and interest groups on legislative drafting for economic development and energy matters.

As part of the firm’s Infrastructure Task Force, Caleb has been following recent congressional investments in national infrastructure initiatives to determine the potential impacts on the energy industry and utility resource planning.

Before joining Stinson, he staffed committees and developed legislation for the Missouri House of Representatives as a non-partisan analyst. He later represented utility consumers as a member of the Missouri Office of the Public Counsel. Working in the legislative process and the public sector provides him with a unique and well-rounded perspective to achieve industry goals.

News & Insights


"Influential Writers on Agrarian Values and Environmental Protection," The Global Restoration Project, Working Paper, December 26, 2020

"The Industrial Mind & An Explanatory Essay on Fossil-Carbon Subsidies," in John W. Head, International Law and Agroecological Husbandry: Building Legal Foundations for a New Agriculture, 16 n22 & 254, Routledge, 2017

"A Right Most Dear: The Case for A Constitutional, Environmental Right," 30, Tulane Environmental Law Journal 85, 2016

"Agriculture, Food, And Human Health: A Survey of Issues, Concerns, And Implications," Center for International Trade & Agriculture, Working Paper No. 5, 2016

"Water, Water, Nowhere: Adapting Water Rights For A Changing Climate," 16 Sustainable Development Law and Policy Brief 25, 2015

Professional & Civic Activities

Professional & Civic Activities

Boone County Missouri Bar Association

City of Columbia, MO Tax Increment Financing Commission

St. Charles Transportation Development District Board


  • Missouri


University of Kansas Law School, J.D., 2015

  • Bleeding Kansas Human Rights Debate, 2015 Winning Team
  • Environmental Law Society, President, 2013-2014

University of Kansas, B.S., 2012

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