E = Experience: Bruce T. Murray has been a professional since 1989, when he began his first career, in journalism. Murray carries this professional experience into his law career.
D = Dedication: As a newspaper reporter and editor, Murray would not release a story until it was “fit to print,” i.e., all facts triple-checked. Murray carries on this commitment and dedication in his legal career.
P = Professionalism: With more than 20 years experience in the professional world, Murray understands the most effective ways to accomplish tasks — both in cooperation with people and in an adversarial setting.
Bruce T. Murray graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of law in spring, 2015, and he passed the July, 2015 California Bar Exam. (Murray was one of the 46.6 percent of the applicants who passed the July exam).
Additionally, Murray received a score of 106 on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination. (A score of 86 is required to pass the MPRE in California).
As a law student, Murray focused on intellectual property — copyrights and trademarks; entertainment law, the media and the First Amendment. Murray is available for work in these and numerous other areas of law.
Murray received the following awards for his achievements as a student at Thomas Jefferson School of Law:
§ A grade of 4.1 in Professional Responsibility.
§ A grade of 4.0 in California Civil Procedure (including practicum and oral argumentation)
§ A certificate in Global Legal Studies from the TJSL Center for Global Legal Studies
» The AmJur award (highest grade award) for Legal Writing
» The CALI Excellence for the Future Award for achievement in legal writing
» The Jefferson Medal for achievement in legal writing
Bruce T. Murray is past president of Toastmasters Club #1699, a “Select Distinguished Club,” in South Pasadena, Calif. Murray is a Toastmasters Competent Leader and Competent Communicator. He is available for speaking engagements at schools, universities, libraries, service clubs and other venues. See more information here.
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