Baerett specializes in tort, contract, and appellate law, understanding the importance of providing clients with uncompromising quality without needless expense. To this end, he has cultivated a deep passion for complex civil procedure, taking advantage of this skill to produce quick and decisive support for lawsuits. Specifically, Baerett appreciates the importance of winning jurisdictional battles and is a published author on the topic. A former White House intern, Baerett also served on the White House Advance Team for the Office of the Vice President in 2020 – traveling across the country to assist in organizing and executing political events for tens of thousands of Americans. Clients trust him with bet-the-company litigation, as his background in both law and policy allows him to solve complex legal problems with professionalism and creativity. Prior to joining Sumsion, Baerett worked as a torts paralegal in a commercial law firm where he oversaw the firm’s legal internship program. Despite a concentration on litigation, Baerett also advises and consults on transactional matters, utilizing his litigation experience to help minimize legal exposure and avoid lawsuits before they begin. When he isn’t drafting motions or pleadings, Baerett enjoys primitive camping, jiu-jitsu, and karaoke. He is an author on the BYU Prelaw Review and has started two small businesses. Baerett will begin law school in the Fall of 2023, pursuing corporate appellate law and further government service.
is a former employee of Sumsion Business Law