Travis is an associate in the firm’s litigation group. His practice focuses on complex civil litigation, appeals, administrative law, and environmental law.
Before joining Osborn Maledon, Travis worked as an associate at an international energy law firm based in Houston, Texas where he represented clients in state and federal court, arbitration, mediations, and administrative proceedings on a variety of matters, including class action, environmental, energy, and regulatory matters. He also assisted in advising clients on environmental and regulatory issues for project development, transactional, real estate, and securities and other disclosure matters.
Before starting his practice, Travis served as a law clerk to the Honorable G. Murray Snow of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona and to the Honorable Scott Matheson, Jr. of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
While in law school, Travis served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Brigham Young University Law Review; as an extern for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals; and as a fellow for the International Center for Law and Religion Studies in Moscow, Russia. He also worked as a research assistant for several of his professors on issues as varied as First Amendment law, contracts law, law and entrepreneurship, administrative law, probate law, and immigration law.
Travis is a native of Willcox, Arizona and, when not practicing law, enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons. He also enjoys Russian literature, baking, hiking, college sports, and rafting.
American Law Institute/American Bar Association (ALI-ABA) Scholarship and Leadership Award, 2014
Dean's List, 2011-2014
Research Assistant to Professors RonNell Andersen Jones, Carolina Nunez, and D. Gordon Smith
Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, 2012-2013
American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy and Resources (SEER), Member
Disincentivizing Elder Abuse Through Disinheritance: Revamping California Probate Code §259 and Using It as a Model, 2014 BYU L. Rev. 445 (2014).