Aidan Slavin


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Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Aidan Slavin's pride in his roots is matched by his passion for the law. His developing practice benefits from diverse experience, including conducting interviews with asylum-seekers in Spanish at Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facilities, and preparing plaintiffs' personal injury cases.  

Recognitions and Memberships

Prior Positions

  • The Honorable Kathleen Cardone, U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas: Legal Intern (2018)
  • Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center: Legal Intern (2015)
  • Texas General Land Office, Legal Division: Law Clerk (2014)


  • Texas


  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 2020
  • B.A., University of Michigan, 2017


  • Spanish


In The Blogs

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Pillar and Post: Energy Law in the 21st Century
You Don't Own Me: 8th Circuit's Definition of ‘Direct Ownership Interest' in Wind Farms Excludes Parent Entities
By Aidan Slavin
September 15, 2021
Ownership changes at the parent-company level do not constitute a transfer of “direct ownership interests” in distant subsidiaries, a unanimous panel of the 8th Circuit held last month in Laredo Ridge Wind LLC, et al v. Nebraska Public...
Pillar and Post: Energy Law in the 21st Century
No Takebacks: Consequences of Choosing the Path of Litigation
By Aidan Slavin
June 28, 2021
A Houston oil and gas consulting firm waived its right to compel arbitration in a long-standing dispute given its “persistent pursuit of litigation,” the Fifth Circuit held last month in Int’l Energy Ventures Mgmt. L.L.C. v. United Energy...