Benjamin S. Kuipers is a first generation American originally raised in rural Minnesota, and is an Arizona trial attorney focusing on litigation. Mr. Kuipers studied in college under a number of fine professors and contributed to articles published by fellows at the Hoover Institution, and in the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Kuipers graduated college magna cum laude in three years, and proceeded to move to New York City, where he was employed at the country’s oldest economics think-tank, the Foundation for Economic Education.
Following a brief hiatus running a political campaign, Mr. Kuipers attended and graduated law school at Arizona State University. In his undergrad and law school career, Mr. Kuipers was able to study under two U.S. Supreme Court Justices, two state Supreme Court justices (one in Michigan and one in Arizona), and worked as a research fellow in economic history studying the long term impact on federal fiscal policy of the First World War. Following law school, Mr. Kuipers litigated hundreds of cases in Arizona’s trial and appellate courts spanning everything from cases involving a few thousand to fifteen million dollars. With over one hundred bench and jury trials, Mr. Kuipers has a 100% success rate in Arizona appellate litigation. Mr. Kuipers loves the courtroom, and that love is reflected in the individual care he gives each client and case.
When not litigating cases, Mr. Kuipers enjoys spending time bantering about on the finer points of military history, economics, law, and philosophy with his friends, many cousins the world over, and colleagues in the National Guard. Most especially however, he cherishes his time in the mountains with his fellow avid co-sportsman, a devoted Rhodesian Ridgeback.
Being a single generation out of a foreign jungle where the rule of law and civilization itself was under attack from terrorist forces, Mr. Kuipers appreciates the magnificent gift it is to be an American, and has acted in gratitude of this gift by going through the U.S. Army School of Infantry at Fort Benning, GA, and by serving proudly in the Arizona Army National Guard. Mr. Kuipers comprehends the tremendous gift it is to be in a society governed by the rule of law, where the individual's rights are protected and guaranteed against all comers, and he has dedicated himself to working to preserve for future generations those basic principles of limited government which undergird our American system of law, and which are enshrined in our Constitution.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.