Ben is licensed to practice in Utah and Colorado. He has a B.S. in Boston University, and an M.B.A. and J.D. from University of Denver, where he served as an editor of the Law Revise. Ben clerked for US District Judge John L. Kane, District of Colorado, as well as US District Judge Thomas M. Hardiman, then a Judge in the Western District of Pennsylvania (now on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals). Ben worked for law firms in Denver and Salt Lake City, including Burbidge, Mitchell & Gross, before starting his own solo practice. Ben focuses on corporate, personal injury, real estate, and domestic law. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Lawyers Helping Lawyers. He has also has coached ice hockey for a decade, and won a silver medal as a coach at the 2003 America’s Cup Junior (under 21) National Hockey Tournament. You can view his website at http://www.bwllaw.com/.
Cassie is a 1998 S.J. Quinney Alum. During law school, she was a William H. Leary Scholar and worked on the Utah Law Review. She began her legal career as a judicial clerk for Judge Pamela Greenwood on the Utah Court of Appeals. After that, she practiced law at VanCott, where her work included family law and general civil litigation. She has also practiced in the areas of insurance, employment, construction, real estate, government contracts, media, environmental, medical malpractice and personal injury law. In June 2010, she started her own solo practice, focusing on domestic and family law matters including, but not limited to, divorce, paternity, child custody, parent time, child support, enforcement and modification of existing divorce decrees, step-parent adoptions, guardianships, conservatorships and surrogacy agreements. You can view Cassie’s website at http://cjmedura.com/.
John is a 2008 S.J. Quinney Alum. He graduated with honors and also worked as a senior member of the Utah Law Review. John began his legal career as an associate with the international law firm of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, LLP, where his clients included some of the world’s largest financial institutions and investment funds. Prior to founding Lore Law Office, P.C., John advised Utah businesses on a broad range of corporate and business matters at the Utah law firm Mitchell & Barlow, P.C. John is a member of the Utah State Bar, the New York State Bar, and the American Bar Association. John’s practice now focuses on advising businesses and individuals on estate planning and business matters, including wills, revocable trusts, commercial transactions, business structuring, contract law, employment law, lending and finance, secured transactions, regulatory compliance, real estate transactions, asset sales and acquisitions, general corporate law, and basic litigation. You can view his firm’s website at http://www.lorelawoffice.com/.