Bryan Su joined Peterson · Bradford · Burkwitz in 2015. His practice is focused on civil litigation with an emphasis on professional and employment law. He is involved throughout all aspects of case management, including written discovery, deposition, legal research and motions, through trial preparation.
Mr. Su received a Bachelor’s Degree in Molecular & Cell Biology, with a concentration in genetics, development and genomics, and a second degree in Legal Studies, from the University of California, Berkeley. While at the University of California, he worked as a researcher in a developmental genetics laboratory. He obtained his Juris Doctor from the Santa Clara University School of Law, with an emphasis in technology and corporate transactions.
Mr. Su brings a diverse legal experience to Peterson · Bradford · Burkwitz. During his undergraduate education, he interned for the Juvenile Division of the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, where he witnessed first-hand the intersection of trial practice and litigation practice. He was also active in the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, where he joined students from the Boalt Hall School of Law in teaching courses on constitutional law and juvenile justice in public high schools in inner-city Oakland. While in law school, Mr. Su worked in the corporate transactions department of a Silicon Valley technology company.
Mr. Su is a member of the California State Bar Association and is admitted to practice before all California courts and the United States District Court, Central District.