Bruce stands as a dedicated attorney driven by a singular mission: to secure equitable compensation for those who have suffered injuries. His journey commenced with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Spanish from the University of Utah, which, in the harsh light of reality, didn’t quite align with his aspirations.
Upon this realization, Bruce ventured into the realm of law school, propelled by an extraordinary LSAT score that placed him in the top 1% nationally. He earned a scholarship for Brigham Young University’s law program, where he honed his skills and immersed himself in legal academia. Serving as an editor for the Journal of Public Law, leading the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and clinching first place in the annual Intraschool Negotiation Competition during his second year highlighted his academic prowess.
Over the subsequent decade-plus of his practice, Bruce has taken on a diverse array of clients, ranging from corporate giants to children. However, his deepest fulfillment has consistently stemmed from advocating on behalf of individuals. His commitment to securing the utmost favorable outcomes for his clients drives him to go beyond the call of duty.
Although he was once a published poet and claims to be the “worst guitar player you know,” Bruce now finds his hobbies largely eclipsed by his role as a parent. The pursuit of past interests has given way to the joyous chaos of raising kids, especially navigating the intricate world of teenagers.
In Bruce’s unswerving dedication, legal acumen, and genuine compassion, one witnesses an attorney who not only understands the law but also possesses a deep empathy for the people he serves.