“I am thrilled to return to BYU Law School as legal writing faculty because it combines the three elements that I have been most passionate about in my professional endeavors–teaching, legal writing, and BYU Law School,” she said. “I benefit daily from the quality of legal education I received at BYU Law and firmly believe that the academic caliber of the Law School is equal to any in the country and that the spirit and environment of the Law School is unmatched. To be able to contribute to that environment is an honor and a privilege.”
Professor Bramble hopes to help her students master the fundamental skills of legal writing. “The ability to communicate effectively in writing is one of the most important skills a student can learn in law school, because regardless of the field he or she chooses to pursue after graduation, they will be required to communicate in writing on a regular basis,” she said. “My hope is that students will approach their first-year writing class with a serious desire to master this important skill and with a willingness to be open-minded and teachable as they experience and learn a new way of writing.”
Professor Bramble graduated from BYU with a B.A. in English and then received her J.D. from BYU Law School. Presently Professor Bramble works with MHM Law Offices, with her practice focusing on family law, including divorce, adoption and custody disputes.