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Attorney, Founder, Manager

Robert Pearson


A graduate of Booth-Fickett Magnet School, Salpointe Catholic High School, and the University of Arizona (undergrad and law school), Robert is a Tucson native and attorney. In 2022, having been trained by top firms in the region, Robert opened his own firm—a modern firm—incorporating technology to provide accessible, quality legal-services to businesses and individuals in Tucson and across the state. Robert has a passion for the law—especially for legal writing. He believes writing matters to effective advocacy; and he enjoys putting that passion to work to advocate for his clients.


J.D., University of Arizona College of Law

  • Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law, Writer
  • Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Managing Editor
  • American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence, Recipient
  • Highest grade in class: Bankruptcy and Related Issues
  • Graduated Top 1/3 of Class

B.A., cum laude, University of Arizona (political-science major, pre-law minor)


  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Arizona Superior Court
  • Arizona Court of Appeals
  • Arizona Supreme Court
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona (federal court)

Litigation Matters

With jury-trial, bench trial, and arbitration experience, Robert has litigated cases—big and small—in federal and state court across a range of practice areas. Here are some examples:

  • Obtaining dismissal at the motion to dismiss stage for real estate developer client facing multi-count lawsuit in federal court arising from a Costa Rican hotel-development project;
  • Defending major university in high-profile litigation gaining national media coverage involving students and claims for negligent employment and Title IX violations;
  • Defending government entities and employees in high-profile personal injury cases gaining local media coverage involving claims of various governmental negligence;
  • Defending receivership application sought against local multimillion-dollar company; and
  • Defending commercial tenant in case involving novel leasing issues raised by emergence of COVID-19.

In addition to Robert’s litigation practice (trial and appellate), Robert advises companies and individuals on compliance issues and pre-lawsuit disputes—guiding clients through relevant legal and regulatory issues, strategy, and public-relations sensitivities and helping clients manage risk and efficiently resolve disputes when they arise,


  • Residential Security Deposits: Does A.R.S. § 33-1321 Require Itemizations? The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (November 2017)
  • Fee-shifting Basics Part Two: Interplay Between A.R.S. § 12-341.01(A) and Contractual Fees Provisions, The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (July 2017)
  • Fee-shifting Basics: Understanding A.R.S. § 12-341.01, The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (Jan. 2017) (co-author)
  • Judge Bostwick Takes Her Seat, The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (Sept. 2016)
  • Writing Matters – Brief Tips, The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (Mar. 2016) (offering tips to improve court briefs)
  • Writing Matters, The Writ (Pima Cnty. Bar Ass’n.) (Oct. 2015) (suggesting that lawyers should pay closer attention to their writing)

Past Professional & Community

  • Pima County Bar Association (PCBA), Board of Directors
  • AVIVA Children’s Services, Board of Directors
  • The Writ, PCBA, Editorial Board
  • American Heart Association, Heart Ball, Executive Leadership Committee