Brian Brazier received his J.D. from University of California- Hastings
College of the Law in San Francisco in 2006. At Hastings, Brian was Senior
Articles Editor for the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly and won
awards for his oral advocacy. Brian received his B.A. from Columbia University
in the City of New York, where he majored in Middle Eastern Languages
and Cultures and Russian, appearing on the Dean’s List all eight
semesters in attendance. While at Columbia, Brian served as an intern
for the United States Department of State at the American Consulate General
in Jerusalem, and served as a negotiator for the government of Georgia
on the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil and natural gas pipeline project (Georgia-Tbilisi,
Prior to joining the Price Law Group, Brian worked at the San Francisco
boutique law firm, Gonzalez & Leigh and as a solo practitioner in
Honolulu, where he specialized in constitutional law and civil rights
cases on behalf of plaintiffs seeking to vindicate their rights. Brian
is extremely passionate about the Constitution, and you probably shouldn’t
get him started talking about the First Amendment. Brian is licensed to
practice law in California and Hawai’i, and will be taking the Arizona
Bar Exam in July, 2018.
In his free time, Brian enjoys reading, writing fiction, playing and coaching soccer.
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