Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Well-known AZ Democratic Lawyers Roy Herrera, Dan Arellano Open Own Office, Leave National Firm

Well-known Democratic attorneys Roy Herrera and Dan Arellano have opened their own election law boutique firm. The co-counsel for the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission will continue in that role, and they bring with them U.S. Senator Mark Kelly and other clients.

Herrera and Arellano made the move from the Phoenix office of the national firm Ballard Spahr late last month. Herrera confirmed to Arizona's Law that they will

continue to be the Democratic legal counsel for the IRC as the Commissioners head to final approval of the maps on January 18... and the likely litigation to follow. 

Herrera and Arellano had moved to Ballard Spahr in 2018 from Lewis Roca.

(The Republican attorneys for the IRC are Eric Spencer and Bret Johnson at Snell Wilmer.)

This article was reported by AZ Law founder Paul Weich. Paul is currently running for a seat in Arizona's House of Representatives.

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