Aaron Bruner focuses his practice on natural resources law with an emphasis on public lands issues and litigation. Aaron has varied experience in the different stages of litigation, including with complaints, intervention, and summary judgment motions. He also assists clients in a range of matters, including on regulatory issues, administrative appeals, and preparing comments on various agency actions affecting natural resource users – including issues pertaining to endangered species, grazing, timber management, and water quality.
Aaron graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School, with a Certificate in Natural Resources/Environmental Law. He is admitted to practice in Oregon, and before the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.