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Brian Davis

Attorney, Leavy, Schultz, Davis & Fearing P.S.
2010 | Kennewick, WA
Washington State University | History and Education
“MSU Law provided me with wonderful experiences in various clubs and organizations. [Those] Both helped me gain experience in litigation that would have otherwise been learned in the trenches of real practice, where so much more is at stake.”
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What are your current work responsibilities?
My practice focuses on Civil Rights Litigation, particularly in employment law. I have practiced in both the State and Federal circuits. I also focus on Construction Law, Personal Injury, and Family Law.

What are the most rewarding aspects of your job?
The most rewarding aspect of my position is helping people through their legal problems, particularly when someone has endured discrimination resulting in extreme hardship. Civil Rights litigation permits me to work on a contingent fee, helping those who often have very little.

Were there certain experiences at MSU Law that helped you prepare for or obtain your current position?
MSU Law provided me with wonderful experiences in various clubs and organizations. I learned a great deal as a member of the Moot Court Team and Trial Practice Institute. Both helped me gain experience in litigation that would have otherwise been learned in the trenches of real practice, where so much more is at stake.

What would you consider to be the strengths of the Law College?
MSU Law has wonderful faculty and staff that are always willing to help students through the rigors of law school. In the difficult law school environment, it is nice to know you have support from those instructing you.


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