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John Ternieden

Associate Attorney


John R. Ternieden is a member of our Mass Tort and Fire Litigation practice groups.  Before joining Singleton Schreiber, he spent several years working for one of the nation’s largest firms in its complex business and commercial litigation practice. He has successfully represented clients in all stages of litigation, including discovery, prejudgment remedies, dispositive motions, mediation, arbitration, and trial. 

Mr. Ternieden graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, where he was involved with the Law Review and, as a member of the National Moot Court Team, represented BYU in New York City, Washington, and Portland. As a law student, he worked on criminal appeals with the Utah Attorney General’s Office and served as a research assistant for several professors. Before attending law school, Mr. Ternieden earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations and business management from BYU, graduating in the top of his class. 

He is currently admitted to practice in both California and Utah state courts as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of California and the District of Utah. 

Mr. Ternieden enjoys spending his free time in the mountains, on the golf course, and at the local ice rink.

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Brigham Young University, B.A. in Public Relations, 2014 

Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, J.D., 2019


  • State of California 
  • State of Utah 
  • United States District Courts for the Northern District of California
  • District of Utah


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