Bryant L. Young
Bryant has over thirty years legal practice experience, receiving his A.B. degree from Cornell University in 1970 and his law degree from Stanford University in 1974. While at Stanford, he served as an editor to the Stanford Law Review, served on the Moot Court Board, and was the recipient of the Lawrence Fletcher and the Hilmer Oehlmann Awards. He also served as President of the Stanford Law School’s student body.
His early career honors included serving as, law clerk to Hon. Robert F. Peckham, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, White House Fellow from 1977-78, and Special Assistant to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. He has been in private law practice from 1981 until the present. He was associated with the Pelavin, Norberg firm from 1982-87 and with the Carroll, Burdick & McDonough firm from 1987-1990. He was a partner in the Young, Vogl firm from 1990-2002, and, since that time, he has been in solo practice. He is “of counsel” to Kessenick Gamma & Free, LLP.
Bryant specializes in real estate and corporate law, with extensive experience in business workouts, business startups, Internet and Media Law. He has extensive experience advising clients in the healthcare industry. He also frequently serves as a mediator.