- Civil and Constitutional Rights
- Employment Law
- Family Law
- Other Legal
Working for a big law firm has never appealed to me. I started my own law practice so I have the freedom to offer the best service I can at prices that are fair. My goal is to have a client-centered practice. I enjoy interacting with my clients directly and working personally to meet their legal needs from beginning to end. My hope is to provide advice, counsel, and services that help my clients achieve the best possible outcome for their legal problems.
Prior to law school, I worked for six years in public policy in Washington, D.C. and Salt Lake City. After law school, I served for one year as a judicial law clerk for Judge Robert C. Jones, a federal district judge in Reno, Nevada. While still in school, I also served as a legal extern for Judge David W. McKeague, a federal judge for the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.
I volunteer as a pro bono attorney for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, and also as a leader of a local group of cub scouts. Before law school, I played the trumpet for three years as a volunteer with the Murray Symphony Orchestra.
I was raised in Utah and have lived in six other states and Italy. I reside in Henderson, Nevada with my wife and two children.