Brian works in the firm’s General Liability and Auto Trial Group, focusing in the areas of general civil litigation and insurance defense. Between his second and third year of law school, Brian worked as a summer associate at JSH, where he assisted attorneys by drafting memos, motions and deposition summaries.
During law school, Brian worked as a legal intern for The Arizona Justice Project and served as the Associate Editor of Jurimetrics, The Journal of Law, Science and Technology. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Brian was active in his fraternity, Sigma Chi, and served as the President his senior year and as Public Relations Chair his junior year. He was also active in ASU’s Student Bar Association, serving as the Vice President of Social Affairs during his second year of law school.
In his free time, Brian enjoys snowboarding at Squaw Valley in Lake Tahoe and hiking through the mountains of Arizona. For a few weeks each summer, Brian travels to his uncle’s ranch in Northern Colorado where he helps wrangle cattle on horseback.
Presentations & Publications
- “USLAW NETWORK Spoliation of Evidence Compendium of Law,” Co- Author, USLAW Network, 2018
- “USLAW NETWORK Nullum Tempus Compendium of Law,” Co- Author, USLAW Network, 2018
- “USLAW NETWORK Offer of Judgment Compendium,” Co- Author, USLAW Network, 2018
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D., 2017
Santa Clara University, B.S., Economics and Political Science, cum laude, 2014