Justin holds a B.S. in Wildlife Management from Texas Tech University and a M.S. in Wildlife Management from Texas A&M-Kingsville. His undergraduate education included internship programs with the Noble Foundation and a 3-year internship program in south Texas with wildlife biologist, Bob Zaiglin.
Professionally, Justin has worked for the USDA-NRCS, The Nature Conservancy, Southwest Texas Junior College, Wildlife Systems, Inc., private landowners, U.S. Trust – Bank of America, and prior to Hall & Hall, Justin served as a wildlife biologist for Cabela’s, Inc.
His travels have been throughout Texas, New Mexico, Montana, and the Wrangell Mountains, managing and /or assisting on over 250,000 acres of rangeland, pastures, farmland, and deer breeding facilities. Published articles are found in the Texas Outdoor Journal, Texas Wildlife Association, Deer and Deer Hunting, Texas Deer Association, Quality Deer Management Association, various Cabela’s outlets, and provided knowledge regarding natural resource management via seminar presentations.