Bronson has nearly 20 years of legal experience representing client in all stages of litigation in both state and federal courts, including jury trial and appellate practice. Bronson obtained his undergraduate degree at the University of Utah and then attended law school in Washington D.C. Upon graduation from law school, Bronson worked for a law firm in Washington D.C., where he worked on complex litigation and antitrust matters. Bronson then worked as a judicial law clerk for Judge J. Thomas Greene, United States District Court for the District of Utah. After his federal clerkship, Bronson went into private practice working on complex litigation and products liability cases. In 2011, Bronson was a visiting professor of law in North Carolina, where he taught civil procedure to first year students. Bronson is an avid writer and has published law review articles in Georgetown, Northwestern, and University of Connecticut law journals.
Bronson is a native of Utah and attended Skyline High School in Salt Lake City. Bronson played baseball in college, where he helped his team to the junior college world series in Grand Junction, Colorado. Bronson enjoys golf, literature, fly fishing, as well as painting and art. Bronson is married and has three children.
- Utah State Bar, 2004
- U.S. District Court, District of Utah, 2004
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