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Feature Fridays at Bentley & More: Trial Lawyer Wyatt Vespermann

We are proud to introduce Mr. Wyatt Vespermann as this week’s #FeatureFriday. Originally from Central California, Mr. Vespermann graduated from California State University, Chico, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science—Legal Studies and a Paralegal Certificate. Wyatt worked as a paralegal focusing in Elder law, helping to protect the rights of senior citizens.  He was in charge of handling conservatorships—which on two occasions involved fighting against frivolous conservatorships filed by estranged heirs seeking to abuse the judicial process to gain control over their inheritance. After working as a paralegal for two years, Mr. Vespermann attended Pepperdine University School of Law, earning his Juris Doctor in 2018 and graduating cum laude. During his time at Pepperdine University, Mr. Vespermann was selected for membership in The Order of The Barristers for his performance on the school’s Trial Advocacy Team. While on the team, Wyatt competed in the 2017 San Diego Defense Lawyers National Trial Competition in San Diego, CA, and the 2018 Student Trial Advocacy Competition hosted by AAJ in Santa Monica, CA under the mentorship of John H. Sharer, the former chair of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Litigation Department.

Mr. Vespermann clerked for Bentley & More during the Summer of 2017 and then joined the team full-time at the end of 2018 while awaiting his bar results.

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