While a law student at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, James pursued a variety of opportunities for professional growth, including criminal defense and appeals, immigration and asylum claims, white-collar defense, corporate legal matters, and HOA and property disputes.
James was also an editor and published contributor of Jurimetrics: the Journal of Law, Science, and Technology; was a member of the Homeless Law Assistance Project; achieved favorable outcomes for clients through the Post-Conviction Relief Clinic at ASU; and received a distinguished pro bono award at the end of his law school career. James also worked as a law clerk at the Federal Public Defender’s Capital Habeas Unit in Phoenix.
As a practicing attorney, James has advocated for clients in the areas of construction law, probate litigation, and commercial disputes.
In his time away from the office, James enjoys learning about history, politics, and the world around us.