Greg Ferbrache, Ferbrache Law, P.L.L.C. has earned a strong legal reputation through his diverse experience as a litigator, public administrator, and collaborator within expansive governmental systems. Most recently, Greg enhanced his experience and reputation through his work with the Nigerian government as an Assistant Attorney General, by training on human trafficking prosecution and legal assessment of the constitutional, statutory, and agency efficiency to ensure mission outcome.
Greg was appointed by Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes to serve as Director of the Justice Division from 2014 through 2017. As Director, Greg supervised thirty attorneys and managed a $3.5 million budget. Greg worked collegially with members of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branch, as well as a diversity of professional and community stakeholders, on many legislative, policy, and procedural matters affecting local, county and state entities.
In 2018, Greg entered the private sector and started his own law firm, Ferbrache Law, P.L.L.C. Ferbrache Law focuses in areas of criminal law, governmental relations, victim advocacy and litigation. Greg is also Of Counsel to One Voice Recovery, a syringe needle exchange program in Utah. In his capacity as legal counsel, Greg has been instrumental in ensuring effective government relations and ensuring organizational and employee compliance with state law when handling and transporting used syringes. Greg looks to bring his experience and expertise to cannabis production establishments upon passage of The Utah Medical Cannabis Act.