Brian Brislen is a partner in Lamson, Dugan and Murray’s Litigation Department, where he focuses his practice on corporate, business and commercial litigation. He also has practiced extensively in the area of tort liability claims and regulatory/administrative law. His experience includes trying jury and non-jury matters on the state, federal and administrative levels. He also works with clients in formal and informal alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Brian is a frequent contributor to the Nebraska Litigation Advisor blog.
Mr. Brislen currently serves as an adjunct faculty member for Creighton University School of Law. Every fall semester since 2006, he has co-taught a trial practice class to a team of four third year law students who ultimately compete in a national trial competition. His teams have advanced to later rounds and received awards for their efforts. He also has taught Legal Writing and Lawyering Skills to first and second year law students at Creighton’s law school. He regularly judges local and regional mock trial and appellate advocacy competitions for law students and high school mock-trial competitions.
Mr. Brislen is admitted to practice in Nebraska State and Federal Courts, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.