Catherine Bramble

Associate Professor of Law

Catherine Bramble is an Associate Professor who teaches courses in advanced legal
writing. Professor Bramble joined BYU Law School in 2011 as a member of the Rex
E. Lee Advocacy faculty, teaching Introduction to Legal Research & Writing and
Introduction to Advocacy. In 2019, she was appointed the first Director of Academic
Advisement and Development. During her time as Director, she also taught
Fundamentals of Legal Analysis and Strategies in Legal Analysis. For the 2022-2023 academic year, Professor Bramble was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah, where she taught Torts, Applied Legal Writing, and Problem Solving & Analysis. In the fall of 2023, Professor Bramble joined the full-time faculty at BYU Law School.

Professor Bramble graduated summa cum laude from the J. Reuben Clark Law
School in 2005 where she served as an editor for the BYU Law Review and
competed on BYU Law School’s National Trial Advocacy team. Following graduation
from law school, Professor Bramble worked as the Prelaw Advisor for BYU and then
as the first Director of Preprofessional Advisement at BYU, where she oversaw
advisement for undergraduates applying to graduate law, health, and business
management programs. In 2008, Professor Bramble joined MHM Law Offices in
Provo, Utah, where she worked for eight years as a practicing attorney. Since 2020,
Professor Bramble has served as a member of the Utah Supreme Court Working
Group on Attorney Licensure. Professor Bramble’s research interests include attorney licensure reform and law school pedagogy.



  • J.D., Brigham Young University
  • B.A., Brigham Young University