Meet Kurt W. Bruderly

Kurt W. Bruderly (“Brewed-early”) received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Toledo College of Law, after first receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Michigan.  While in law school, Kurt was coach of the Moot Court team, worked as an extern for Judge Arlene Singer at the Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals, and clerked at the law firm of Wittenberg, Phillps, Levy & Nusbaum, a staple of the Toledo legal community.

Admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, Kurt is currently a member of the Ohio Bar Association and the Toledo Bar Association, where he serves in a leadership capacity for the Young Lawyer’s Committee, the Junior Bar, and the Common Pleas Court Committee.

“I think my clients appreciate the fact that they have an attorney who actually listens to them.  Unfortunately, some of our best legal minds forget that there is an extraordinarily human element to what we do.  There is a reason attorneys are called “Counselors” and I have not forgotten that reason.  I believe in providing my clients with every possible solution to their legal issues, then sitting down with them and evaluating what option best suits their needs and desires.  Honest and sound legal advice allows them to make the best decision for themselves. In the end, I want my clients to have peace of mind – something that is invaluable.”

When he is not in the office, Kurt enjoys being active, golfing, watching his beloved Wolverines, and spending time with his family.