Brennan C. Lund is a law clerk in Berger Kahn’s Irvine office.
Brennan attends Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law in Orange and is expected to graduate in May of 2021. At Chapman, Brennan competes with the law school’s moot court team. Brennan graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a bachelor’s degree in English Education.
Prior to his time at Berger Kahn, Brennan worked as a law clerk at the Law Office of Michael L. Fell, assisting with several criminal and family law matters. He also worked at Selogie & Brett, LLP in Garden Grove as a Law Clerk, where he advocated for students with special needs in individualized education programs.
Brennan has a variety of interests, ranging from the outdoors — competitive sailing, surfing, dirt bike riding — to performing in improvisational theater.
California State University, Long Beach, California (B.A. English Education)
Recent Media Coverage
Berger Kahn is Excited to Welcome Brennan Lund
Berger Kahn – January 30, 2020
Brennan Lund Competes in Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s Moot Court Competition in Philadelphia
From February 20 to 22, 2020, law clerk Brennan Lund competed in Chapman University Fowler School of Law’s moot court competition at the James A. Byrne U.S. 3rd Circuit Courthouse in Philadelphia. The moot court competition was hosted by the ABA’s National Appellate Advocacy Division (NAAC) and judged by local attorneys and judges. The competition focused on criminal defendants’ constitutional trial rights, where Brennan’s team successfully competed to the semi-final round. Brennan received a perfect individual oral argument score from moot judge William H. Ewing during the quarterfinal round. In preparation for the competition, Brennan’s team researched a criminal defendant’s constitutional rights to exculpatory evidence during plea bargains. Brennan and his team attained invaluable experience through their teamwork and accomplishments.