Michael B. Lundberg
Michael B. Lundberg is a native of Logan, Utah. After graduating with a BA in History from Brigham Young University, Mike began his legal studies at the University of Utah S. J. Quinney College of Law. While in law school, Mike served as the Executive Articles Editor of the Journal of Law and Family Studies and was published in that Journal, as well as the Utah Law Review. During his third year, he also found time to serve as President of the James E. Faust Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society. He graduated from the College of Law in 2010 and was admitted to practice law in the state of Utah in February of 2011.
Mike has worked in a wide variety of areas in the legal field. During law school he worked as an extern with the First District Court in Logan, and later as an extern with the Utah Court of Appeals in the chambers of Judge Carolyn McHugh. After graduation, he was awarded a Dean’s Fellowship to work with Christensen & Jensen, PC in Salt Lake City. He then spent 18 months working as a law clerk for the City Attorney in Park City. He joined Burton Law Firm after operating as a sole practitioner for two years. During this time, he also served on the board of the Utah Young Lawyers Division of the Utah State Bar.
In his spare time, Mike enjoys spending time with his wife. They love trying new restaurants and exploring their community. Mike is an avid reader of history and biographies, and loves skiing.