Brian Griesmeyer is a May 2016 graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law. During law school, he conducted extensive research into children’s mental health law, in particular Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) services, which is Medicaid’s provision for children. He presented the results of his research to the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee on behalf of the J Paul Taylor Taskforce, a legislatively convened taskforce working to address the behavioral health needs of young children in New Mexico.
Brian was a teaching assistant for the class of Evidence and Trial Practice and helped students prepare for their mock trial as well as present review sessions on the Federal Rules of Evidence. His focus in school was on trial work and litigation, taking classes such as Federal Motions Practice and receiving a clinical honors award for his work in the Law Clinic. Brian intends to continue his work at SaucedoChavez working on complex litigation.