I was born and raised in Arizona, and my last name is not a coincidence. I grew up listening to my parents discuss their legal cases and arguing with them about law and politics at the dinner table. Eventually, I learned the virtue of humility when I attended law school myself. In school, I focused on areas related to civil litigation and trial practice. I practiced as a Rule 38 Intern at the City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office, where I prepped dozens of trials and conducted five of them to verdict. I was also fortunate enough to travel to Hong Kong to compete in the Vis International Arbitration Moot East. Today, I find the work we do here engaging and deeply rewarding for both me and our clients.
My favorite thing to do these days is spend time with my baby niece, Bobby. She brightens up every day, and hearing her laugh melts my heart! I also enjoy any activity that gets me outdoors: hiking, fishing, skiing, etc. Despite my age, I do not identify as a millennial.
Areas of Practice
Trial practice in personal injury and insurance litigation including trucking and motor carrier liability, product liability, wrongful death, § 1983 claims, contract litigation and criminal prosecution.
Practicing under Rule 38:
4 bench trials and 1 jury trial
Memberships & Associations
Arizona Association of Defense Counsel
Arizona State Bar Association
The Head Honchos
Licenses & Admissions
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Arizona State University