Following law school at Brigham Young University, Gary Burnett began his legal career as a staff attorney for the American Land Development in Washington, DC. While in Washington, DC, he co-authored the Model Timeshare Act, which served as a blueprint for many current timeshare statutes in several states.
As the timeshare industry expanded, Mr. Burnett became Associate General Counsel to Preferred Equities Corporation in Las Vegas, Nevada.
As a private practioner, Mr. Burnett has represented real estate developers, construction entities and small business concerns in transactional matters and commercial litigation. Mr. Burnett has practiced before the courts of Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Hawai’i and is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar. He is also a licensed real estate broker in Nevada and Utah.
Mr. Burnett and his teenaged children have organized a number of humanitarian expeditions to Peru and Bolivia. During these trips groups of teens sacrificed their Spring Break from school, to serve the less fortunate with construction projects, hygiene clinics and orphanage service. Mr. Burnett and all of his children are bilingual.
Passionate about world travel, Mr. Burnett has visited all 50 states and over 60 foreign countries.