Braden W. Storer
Braden Storer grew up on a cattle ranch in the Sandhills near Whitman, Nebraska and earned his undergraduate degree in Communication Studies. During law school, Braden took a summer to clerk in Uganda for International Justice Mission, where he collaborated with local law enforcement to afford greater protection from crime to Uganda’s poor. He completed an externship with the Honorable Joseph Battalion of Nebraska’s federal District Court and clerked for the Nebraska Attorney General’s office while publishing in the Nebraska Law Review on International Law and Human Trafficking.
Braden spent three years in public prosecution in criminal, juvenile, and child support enforcement divisions, trying cases to juries and the bench. His practice with Keating O’Gara emphasizes labor law and work with public employee unions.
Braden is active in 2 Pillars Church and enjoys rock climbing, camping, and travel, thus far including visits to ten countries and four continents, his favorite experiences being gorilla trekking in Uganda and biking across the Aran Islands.