Brian I. Hamblet
Partner - Los Angeles
Mr. Hamblet has successfully represented corporate clients and public entities in both state and federal courts in numerous trials, mediations, and depositions and practiced in the areas of civil rights, constitutional law, employment law employer, litigation & appeals, state, local & municipal law, business & commercial law, contracts, products liability law, bankruptcy, preference & fraudulent transfer litigation, and collection law.
Mr. Hamblet received his B.S. in philosophy with a minor in business administration from UCLA in 1987. He graduated magna cum laude from Loyola Law School, in 2000 where he was ranked number one in his division and received numerous honors including the Order of the Coif, the Sayre MacNeil Scholars Award, the Dean's Scholarship for Academic Excellence, the American Jurisprudence Award for Excellence in Ethical Lawyering, and First Honors Awards in 1st Amendment Law, as well as Initiative and Referendum Law. Mr. Hamblet was also appointed a member of the Order of the Coif, the St. Thomas More Law Honor Society, and Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society and was an Editor on the Loyola Law Review. Mr. Hamblet has also lectured extensively at the University of Southern California, Loyola Law School, and Mount Saint Mary's College.
- Public, Private, Protected? What Employers Can (And Cannot) Do To Keep Personnel And Litigation Issues Confidential, City Attorney's Association of Los Angeles, November 29, 2012