Bryan M. Cowley
Bryan M. Cowley is Of Counsel to Greg Johnson of Mt. Nebo Law. While in law school at Southern Illinois University, Bryan served as a J. Reuben Clark Law Society President and as a Graduate and Professional Student Council Representative. Bryan volunteered at the Jackson County Illinois Public Defender’s Office, and interned with a successful law firm that specialized in personal injury. Bryan also worked as an on-campus representative of Westlaw, where he assisted students with legal research.
As a senior law student approved by the Supreme Court of Illinois, Bryan participated actively in the Elder Law Clinic, where he served the community by helping elderly clients with wills, trusts, advance directives and other legal concerns. Bryan also participated in the Juvenile Justice Clinic where he attended court proceedings and corroborated with an attorney guardian ad-litem. Bryan’s senior law seminar paper was entitled “Privatization of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac – Creating Taxpayer Relief for “Too Urgent to Fail” Housing Finance Reform”. Bryan is a member of the American Bar Association, the Utah Bar Association and the Salt Lake Estate Planning Council. Bryan is admitted to practice law before the United States District Court for the District of Utah and the Supreme Court of the State of Utah.
Jason E. Sterzer
Jason E. Sterzer is a Utah native and graduate of the University of Utah. While attending law school, Jason worked as a law clerk in the county prosecutor’s office assisting with cases involving misdemeanor and felony criminal prosecution. He also worked in the Elder Law (Civil Practice Clinic), assisting and counseling elderly clients with drafting wills, powers of attorney for health care and property, and representing clients in guardianship proceedings. Jason also served as an editor for the Journal of Legal Medicine and published two articles, winning the Taylor & Francis Greatest Impact Award.
“The Good the Bad and The Ugly: A 50 State Survey Exploring Federal and State Firearm Regulations Related to Mental Health.” Jason E. Sterzer, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, 33 Journal of Legal Medicine, Mar. 2012 at 171.
“Mental Health Commitment, Connecticut v. Long.” Jason E. Sterzer, Mental Health Commitment, 20 Legal Medicine Perspectives, Sept. 2011 at 60.
Jason is admitted to the Utah State Bar, and United States District Court; and is a member of the Salt Lake County Bar, Central Utah Bar, Appellate Practice, Dispute Resolution, and Litigation sections of the Utah State Bar, American Bar Association, and J. Ruben Clark Law Society. Jason lives in Salt Lake County with his beautiful wife and three children.