Braden Storer

Braden Storer Class of 2017 - Whitman, Nebraska

"The faculty and administration have been great at helping me tailor my education to fit my interests, whether that be by helping me start a new student organization, create an academic concentration, or find employment and research opportunities."

My Experience

Academic Concentration

International Human Rights


Student Organizations

Anti-Trafficking Legal Advocacy Society (ATLAS) – Founder/President

Nebraska Entertainment and Sports Law Association – Employment and Competition Chair

Student Bar Association

Nebraska Public Interest Law Fund

Equal Justice Society

International Law Students Association

Practical Experience

Professor Anna Shavers – 2015 Research Assistant

The Honorable Joseph Battailon, U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska – Fall 2015 Extern

Nebraska Attorney General's Office – 2016 Law Clerk

Nebraska Human Trafficking Task Force – 2016 Law Clerk

Brown Immigration Law – Law Clerk

“My involvement in various student organizations has connected me with other students and led to networking opportunities with practicing attorneys who share my passions. Through these connections I’ve received guidance and encouragement as I strive towards integrating my passions with my career.”
Braden Storer Christian Legal Society
"I remember walking into to Professor Shavers office for the first time to discuss a summer opportunity, and ever since then she has helped me pursue my passion of combatting human trafficking by connecting me with local abolitionists, hiring me as her research assistant, helping me set up the Anti-Trafficking Legal Advocacy Society (ATLAS), and sharing opportunities to engage with local organizations. She even got me onto a round-table discussion of anti-trafficking experts to discuss current legislation and efforts in Nebraska, a discussion that included the current Nebraska Attorney General!"
Braden Storer Anti-Human Trafficking