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JEFFREY P. EIDSNESS

Jeffrey P. Eidsness - Associate Attorney Jeffrey P. Eidsness - Associate Attorney

Jeff first joined Bruno, Colin & Lowe, P.C. as a law clerk in 2014, becoming an associate attorney for the firm after being admitted to the bar. Bringing with him close to a decade of combined prior experience as a United States Marine and law enforcement officer, Jeff brings a personal focus and understanding to the unique aspects of representing public safety employees in civil, criminal, and administrative matters. Jeff's lifelong commitment to public service naturally led him into this practice area that he feels so strongly about, representing first responders.

Jeff graduated with honors from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Speech Communication. Immediately thereafter, Jeff attended Notre Dame Law School as a merit scholarship recipient where he earned his Juris Doctor. While at Notre Dame, Jeff excelled in academics and gained practical experience by providing criminal defense and mediation services to individuals in the courts of St. Joseph and surrounding counties as a student licensed practitioner. At the same time, he further deepened his experience by assisting in the civil, criminal, and administrative representation of Bruno, Colin & Lowe clients as a law clerk.

Education:

J.D., Notre Dame Law School, 2016

• Dean's Honor Roll; Dean's Award for Highest Achievement in Negotiations; Military Law Student Association, President; Honor Council Representative

B.A., Metropolitan State University of Denver, 2013

• Magna Cum Laude; President's Honor Roll

Bar Admissions:

Colorado

New Mexico

Wyoming

Court Admissions:

United States District Court for the District of Colorado

Professional and Community Affiliations:

Colorado Bar Association

Colorado Notre Dame Lawyers Committee

Personal Interests:

When not cheering for Notre Dame, Jeff enjoys fishing, golf, scuba diving and most importantly, spending time with his wife and children.

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