Michael A. Stevens
Associate

Mike Stevens

801-323-3383

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Michael Stevens is an associate with Ray Quinney & Nebeker, practicing in the firm’s litigation section.  His practice involves a broad range of commercial litigation, including products liability, contract disputes, trade secrets, business torts, and intellectual property matters.

Before joining the firm, Michael worked at Strong & Hanni and Snow Christensen & Martineau.

Michael is a graduate of the Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School where he served as a Senior Editor of the BYU Law Review and a Board Member for the BYU Law Trial Advocacy Team. During law school, he worked as a research assistant, providing research assistance to professors, attorneys, and law library patrons.

Michael is originally from Northern California and grew up playing aquatic sports, including water polo, swimming, and diving. Outside of the office, Michael is usually exercising, reading a book, or spending time with his wife Maya and their dog, Judge.

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Education


Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School, J.D., 2019

  • Cum Laude
  • BYU Law Review, Senior Editor
  • BYU Trial Advocacy Team, Board Member

Brigham Young University, B.A., English, 2016

  • Cum Laude
  • Business Management Minor

Affiliations / Memberships


  • Member, Salt Lake County Bar
  • Member, Litigation Section of Utah State Bar
  • Member, Corporate Counsel Section of Utah State Bar

Professional Experience


  • Associate Attorney, Snow Christensen & Martineau, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Associate Attorney, Strong & Hanni, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Judicial Intern, Collin County District Court, McKinney, TX
  • Law Clerk, McGregor & Oblad, Dallas, TX
  • Law Clerk, Sumsion Business Law, Provo, UT

Publications / Presentations


  • Justin Shaw, T. Mark Frost, & Michael Stevens, The Conundrum of Curtilage: A Critical Interpretation of Florida v. Jardines, 29 BYU PRELAW REV. 123.

Admitted to Practice -  

Utah, 2019