Travis N. Barrick, Esq. graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2002. Along the way, he earned a Master of Public Administration in 1999 and a Certificate in Applied Linguistics in 1983.

He is admitted to practice in California, Nevada, and Utah.

He is the Managing Partner of the Las Vegas office of Gallian Welker & Beckstrom, LC, a full-service firm headquartered in St. George, UT, which has been in business for more than 30 years. His main practice areas are Veterans Disability Benefits, Prisoner Civil Rights, and Constitutional Law.

He has been representing veterans since 2009, all because of a promise to his best friend, Keith Blackman, a Vietnam vet who died of Agent Orange cancer in 2007. He is an Accredited Attorney by the Veterans Administration and admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Court, an Article I court in Washington, DC.

In addition, in conjunction with the Federal Court’s Pro Bono Program, he has represented numerous inmates in their claims regarding conditions of confinement by the Nevada Department of Corrections. He has taken 4 trials to jury verdict.

Mr. Barrick also has held the unique certification as a Professional Registered Parliamentarian (Ret.) from the National Association of Parliamentarians since 1999. In this capacity, he is an expert in Robert’s Rules of Order and assists governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and political parties with their governance and group decision-making. His clients have included the National Press Photographers Association, the Nevada Association of Realtors®, the City and County of San Francisco, and various state and national non-profit organizations. He has assisted his clients with extensive bylaws revisions, strategic planning, board member training, and professional parliamentary opinions. His article on board governance, entitled A Tale of Two Duties, has been published in the National Parliamentarian and the Nevada Lawyer magazines. Mr. Barrick is also a charter member of the American College of Parliamentary Lawyers and served two terms as its President.