Brad Pew is a litigator in the firm’s natural resources and business litigation practice groups where his work focuses on litigation and appellate work. He has experience representing a broad range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, and local businesses. Brad represents clients at trial and on appeal in cases involving a variety of issues, including business disputes, election law, water rights, mining, the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
Originally from Arizona, Brad began thinking about a career in the law during high school, and while studying at BYU’s law school, he was twice a summer associate here at Fennemore Craig. He began officially working with the firm after completing a year-long clerkship with the Honorable Jay S. Bybee on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. His clerkship inspired a passion for written, appellate, and oral advocacy and provided a valuable inside perspective of the judicial process. Brad enjoys writing, tackling complex legal issues, and finding workable solutions for his clients.
Outside of the office, Brad enjoys spending time with his family and playing the cello.