JOHN-PETER LUND. J.P. Lund graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Mathematics in 1997 and 2000, respectively. In 2006, Mr. Lund was graduated with a J.D. from The University of Texas Law School where he served as President of the law student chapter of the Federalist Society and Chief Manuscripts editor of the Texas Review of Law and Politics. During his law school career, he interned in the chambers of Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson and Third Court of Appeals Justice Jan Patterson; clerked in the appellate division of the Travis County Attorney's Office; and worked as a law clerk at O'Hanlon and Associates and at Weil, Gotshal, and Manges in Austin. After graduation, he served as a legislative attorney at the Texas Legislative Council during the 80th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature. Mr. Lund joined O'Hanlon, McCollom and Demerath as an associate in September, 2007.Read less
Honors: President, Law Student Chapter of The Federalist Society
Law Review: Texas Review of Law and Politics, Chief Manuscripts EditorUniversity of California, Berkeley, California, 2000
Major: MathematicsUniversity of California, Berkeley, California, 1997
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