Mr. Tran joined Peterson Bradford Burkwitz in 2020. Mr. Tran’s practice is focused on on civil litigation with an emphasis on medical malpractice, as well as defending public entities against employment claims in administrative and civil actions.
Mr. Tran graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics. He received his law degree from the American University Washington College of Law in Washington, D.C.
While in law school, Mr. Tran was an Articles Editor for the Administrative Law Review and Editor-in-Chief for The Modern American Law Brief. He also worked as a research assistant to a resident professor for a legal ethics course. In tandem with his coursework, Mr. Tran interned for the United States federal government, including the Tax Division’s Civil Trial Section for the Western Division at the United States Department of Justice, the International Bureau’s Telecommunications and Analysis Division at the United States Federal Communications Commission, the CDFI Fund’s Office of General Counsel at the United States Department of the Treasury, and the Office of Chief Counsel at the United States Mint. Before interning for the federal government, Mr. Tran was a law clerk at Asian Americans Advancing Justice, AAJC in Washington, D.C., working on social justice and public policy issues affecting the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
After law school, Mr. Tran clerked for the City Attorney of Baldwin Park, Robert N. Tafoya, and, later, worked as an associate attorney to Mr. Tafoya, litigating public agency law cases.
Mr. Tran was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2019 and may practice before the United States Central District Court of California.