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Branden D. Jung

Mr. Jung is an associate attorney at Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara licensed to practice law in Nevada and New York. Mr. Jung has extensive experience in civil litigation and has practiced in the areas of general liability, medical malpractice, and bad faith settlement practices.

Mr. Jung graduated magna cum laude from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas—William S. Boyd School of Law. During law school, he earned multiple CALI awards for earning the highest grades in his classes in Transactional Drafting, Judicial Writing, Public Health Law, and Educational Advocacy Clinic. Mr. Jung also attained multiple Dean’s Honors List awards while in law school.

During law school and for a period following law school, Mr. Jung worked as a mergers and acquisitions law clerk for an investment bank that focuses on middle-market companies in the healthcare industry. Before joining Bremer Whyte, Mr. Jung worked for a large national law firm where he represented hospitals, medical groups, and physicians in high exposure professional and general liability actions.

Mr. Jung has a passion for interdisciplinary legal scholarship and has published in the Wisconsin Law Review and West Virginia Law Review. Mr. Jung’s law review article, The Tragedy of the Elephants, analyzes the legal, ethical, cultural, and economic dimensions of the ivory trade and African elephant conservation. His article Criminal Law’s Folk Psychological Dilemma: Resolving Neuroscientific and Philosophical Challenges to the Voluntary Act Requirement explores neuroscientific and philosophical challenges to the voluntary act requirement in criminal law.