Raised in Georgia, i graduated from Emory University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and then Howard University School of Law in 2002 with a Juris Doctorate. I was admitted to... more
Raised in Georgia, i graduated from Emory University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and then Howard University School of Law in 2002 with a Juris Doctorate. I was admitted to practice in both state and federal courts in Arizona in 2002. I spent the first seven years of my practice as an associate at Quarles & Brady in the business litigation section, and then branched out of my own a... view profile
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