Brian Griesmeyer

Senior Associate


As an associate with SaucedoChavez, P.C., in the Albuquerque offices, Griesmeyer specializes in complex civil litigation and advising business clients. He is dedicated to solving his clients’ legal problems efficiently. In his first year of practice, Brian has conducted numerous depositions, argued motions in state and federal court, tried a case in the metropolitan court, and represented business clients dealing with the Department of Labor, federal, state and private construction jobs, and other legal issues. 

As a student at the University of New Mexico School of Law prior to joining SaucedoChavez, P.C., he conducted research in mental health issues involving early and periodic screening, diagnostic and treatment services, the Medicaid provision for children as a law school student. He also presented his findings to the Legislative Health and Human Services Committee on behalf of the J. Paul Taylor Taskforce, which was convened to address the behavioral health needs of New Mexico’s children. 

A native of New Mexico, Griesmeyer is active in giving back to the community. He served as a volunteer law clerk with the New Mexico Public Defender Department during the first half of 2014. He also assisted his fellow law students in preparing for mock trial exercises. As a young attorney, he is committed to increasing his legal expertise. 

Education and Bar Admissions

  • JD, University of New Mexico School of Law, 2016, magna cum laude 
  • BA, University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, 2008 
  • Admitted, State Bar of New Mexico, September 2016 
  • Admitted, Federal Bar for the United States District Court, State of New Mexico, January 2017

Practice Areas

  • Complex Litigation 
  • Business Law 
  • Employment Law


  • University of New Mexico School of Law, Clinical Honors 
  • CALI Award, Contracts II (highest grade in class) 
  • CALI Award, Children and the Law (highest grade in class) 
  • CALI Award, Criminal Procedure II (highest grade in class) 

Professional Associations 

  • ABA Young Lawyers Division 
  • University of New Mexico School of Law, former teaching assistant, evidence and trial practice 

Getting to know Brian

When he’s not working for his clients at SaucedoChavez, P.C., Brian spends most of his time with family. Music is a big part of his life, and he enjoys singing and songwriting. Since graduating from law school, he has also maintained his commitment to working with children, serving as a Youth Music Leader at Unity Spiritual Center, conducting singing and songwriting activities. Brian also prioritizes his physical and mental health by training regularly, either lifting heavy weights off the floor or engaging in conditioning workouts at the gym.