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Justin is an associate at Brannen & Loftus.
Justin graduated from Amherst College with a degree in Classics and received his law degree from UC Berkeley School of Law, where he was Production Editor and Book Reviews Editor for the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law, and Justice. While at Berkeley, he spent three semesters assisting victims of domestic violence at Bay Area Legal Aid in San Francisco. Prior to joining Brannen & Loftus, Justin worked as a law clerk for the Vermont Superior Court in Windsor and Orange Counties for two years.