Lauren N. L’Ecuyer is an Associate at the Newport Beach office of Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara, LLP. She focuses her practice on general liability defense and construction litigation matters.
Ms. L’Ecuyer earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, where she received a merit-based scholarship and was awarded the Mary Anne Richey Public Service Scholarship for continued dedication to public service. During law school, Ms. L’Ecuyer also served on the Arizona Board of Regents as a student regent, governing the three Arizona public universities, the highest government position a student can obtain in the state.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. L’Ecuyer practiced with a law firm in Orange County serving various municipalities as a Deputy City Attorney, defending municipalities in civil litigation, and counseling on labor and employment matters for public employees.
Ms. L’Ecuyer graduated from Northern Arizona University with a dual degree in Political Science and Hotel & Restaurant Management. She served in various government positions during her undergraduate degrees, culminating in the position of student body president.
Ms. L’Ecuyer is an Arizona native and escaped the heat to be near the beach. Ms. L’Ecuyer’s hobbies and interests include golf, surfing, and coaching high school cheerleading.