215 E. Daily Drive
Camarillo, CA CA 93010
Brian Nomi has been practicing in the field of bankruptcy for 13 years. Bankruptcy is a a way for clients to get a fresh start and put bad debt in the past, and Brian is pleased to work with clients to make this happen.
Brian Nomi was born in Oxnard and moved to Camarillo in 1979. He graduated from Rio Mesa High School, the University of California, Santa Barbara (BA 1990), and the University of Minnesota Law School (JD 1993, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Associate Editor, Minnesota Law Review).
From 1993 to 1994 he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Andrew J. Kleinfeld of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Nomi was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 1993, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 1994, and the California State Bar in 1999. He is admitted to all State and Federal Courts in California. He is currently President of the Ventura County Asian American Bar Association, and a member of the Ventura County Bar Association, on the board of the Ventura County Chinese American Association, and the Japanese American Bar Association.
For three and a half years (1995-1998) he served as a Captain in the United States Army Judge Advocate General Corps. He continues to serve as a reserve Judge Advocate. Lieutenant Colonel Nomi is presently the Command Judge Advocate of the 652d Regional Support Group. From September 2008 to September 2009, he spent a year at Joint Base Balad, Iraq, with his Army Reserve unit.
Every phone call is returned promptly. You will be working directly with Brian on your case, and you will be surprised to see how responsive he is on your case.
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