Bryce W. Kartchner has worked at Robert DeBry and Associates as a trial attorney since 2013. He has a passion for representing the injured, and he devotes countless hours working with his clients to assure they receive the best legal representation. Bryce specializes in cases involving wrongful death, trucking accidents, auto accidents, dog bite incidents, slip-and-fall incidents, and motorcycle accidents. Bryce has received several awards during his career as a trial attorney.
Bryce presently serves on the Board of Governors and on the Education Committee with the Utah Association of Justice. Through this Association, Bryce has worked to advance the cause of those who are injured in person and in property. He has worked to promote the fair, efficient, and prompt administration of justice. Bryce has also presented at many forums thought the Utah Association of Justice to further the continuing legal education needs of attorneys in Utah.
Before working at Robert DeBry and Associates, Bryce had the privilege of working as a Law Clerk for the Fourth District Court in Utah County for Judge Christine Johnson and Judge Thomas Low. With the Fourth District Court, Bryce assisted with the drafting of orders and with the administration of jury trials.
Bryce attended law school at Gonzaga University. While at Gonzaga, Bryce served as an Associate Editor of the Gonzaga Journal of International Law. Bryce was on Gonzaga’s International Law Moot Court Team and served on the Moot Court Honors Counsel. Bryce was also chosen to be the class representative for the J. Reuben Clark Law Society.
Bryce completed his bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Brigham Young University. Bryce graduated cum laude. At Brigham Young University, Bryce was part of the National Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key Honors Society.
When Bryce is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his lovely wife and two fantastic children. Bryce loves anything outdoors, which includes hiking and mountain biking. Bryce also enjoys playing the guitar and composing music.
- Brigham Young University, B.A., cum laude, 2008
- Gonzaga School of Law, J.D., 2011
- Utah Association of Justice – Board of Governors
- American Bar Association
- Utah State Bar Association
- Utah Trial Lawyers Association
- Utah and U.S. District Court, District of Utah, 2012
- CEDAW in Tonga: The Necessity of Making CEDAW Anga Fakatonga, 14 Gonz. J. Int’l L. 3