Real Estate, Civil Litigation, Family Law, Immigration Law, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Employment Law, Criminal Defense
State Bar of California
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California
Mr. Bohn graduated from San Joaquin College of Law in 2001 where he was invited to be a member of the San Joaquin College of Law, Law Review. This is an honor reserved for the top 5% of each class. While attending San Joaquin College of Law he received the Mirviss Alumni Scholarship for academic excellence. Mr. Bohn achieved this while working full time and balancing his duties as husband and father of three boys. Mr. Bohn worked as a law clerk for Baker Manock and Jensen, Baradat & Edwards and the Law Office of H. Wayne Green.
Mr. Bohn was a double major at Brigham Young University in Linguistics and Philosophy. He speaks seven languages including: Hmong (white and green dialects), Lao, Thao, Mandarin Chinese, German and Spanish. Mr. Bohn was elected the Honors Student Counsel President in 1993 and represented Brigham Young University’s Honor’s Program in making a presentation to the National Collegiate Honors Society.
While attending BYU, Mr. Bohn wrote the first Hmong Grammar and taught at the Missionary Training Center. He founded the Association for Peace and Prosperity in Laos, a non-profit organization whose goal it is to benefit the impoverished citizens of Laos through economic development stimulation and international collaborative partnerships.
Juris Doctor, 2001
San Joaquin College of Law
Bachelor of Arts, 1993
Brigham Young University