Mr. Salem is an associate attorney practicing in the San Diego office of Bremer, Whyte, Brown & O’Meara, LLP.
Mr. Salem graduated from UC San Diego in 2008. After graduation and before attending law school, Mr. Salem briefly entered politics, working for the California State Assemblyman of the 77th District. He graduated from Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law in May 2012, and was admitted to the California Bar the following December.
During law school, Mr. Salem was a member of the Executive Board for Chapman’s Nexus Journal of Law and Policy, a pupil of the Warren J. Ferguson American Inn of Court, and vice president of the Federalist Society. In Mr. Salem’s final semester of law school, he served as the judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Adams for the Orange County Superior Court in Westminster, California.
Prior to joining Bremer, Whyte, Brown & O’Meara, LLP, Mr. Salem litigated cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, defamation, elder abuse, and HOA defense leading up to and through trial. In addition, he litigated cases on behalf of Claimants in FINRA arbitrations involving securities fraud.
In his free time, Mr. Salem enjoys walking his German Shepard dog, exercising daily, and playing sports. He also spends time reading, cooking, hiking, and traveling.Office – San Diego