Kaleb Brimhall is a member of the firm’s First Amendment and Religious Organizations section. His practice focuses on risk management, litigation, and investigation.

Prior to joining Kirton McConkie, Kaleb worked as an enforcement attorney for the Western Electricity Coordinating Council; as in-house-counsel in the electric utility sector where he handled federal, state, and local energy and environmental regulation, energy rates and tariffs, energy market development, power purchase agreements, transmission interconnection agreements, procurement contracts, confidentiality agreements, land right agreements, and managed outside counsel; and as a criminal defense attorney for the Utah County Public Defenders Association defending indigent criminal defendants in Utah’s Fourth Judicial District.

He is passionate about constitutional freedoms, with a particular interest in religious freedom. During law school, he served on the executive committee for the annual international law and religion symposium of the International Center for Law and Religious Studies at Brigham Young University. He strives to stay actively engaged in the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and serves on its religious freedom committee and in his local chapter.

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