Vince practices in the firm’s litigation department. Vince joined
the firm in 2014 and focuses on family law, criminal law, and civil disputes.
He prides himself on providing highly effective representation while efficiently
managing litigation costs. Vince understands that every case is different
and creativity is key since the easiest solution may not be the best solution.
No matter the case, Vince assists clients throughout the entirety of the
litigation process to determine risk. He also helps assess any issues
that should be resolved prior to initiating litigation. Vince has drive
and talent to try cases in a courtroom but also has the understanding
that certain cases do not need to be taken to trial. Such an outlook is
necessary, especially in civil matters, in order to manage potential risk
in bringing a litigation action.
Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Vince received a National Merit
scholarship to attend the University of Arizona. While in law school,
Vince was a Raúl Héctor Castro Scholar and a member of the
Dean’s List, and served as a technical editor of the Arizona Summit
Law Review. Vince also served on the board of the school’s American
Association for Justice, an organization focused upon trial law and practices.
In his free time, Vince enjoys biking and hiking around Arizona with his wife.
- J.D. Arizona Summit Law School
- B.A., English Literature, University of Arizona
- Family Law
- Criminal Law
- Civil Disputes
- State of Arizona
- United States District Court of the District of Arizona
United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
Publications and Writing Credits
- “Disqualifying Defense Counsel: The Curse of the Sixth Amendment”