Michael Graham Langford graduated cum laude from Arizona Summit Law School, finishing in the top 10% of my class.
I was Order of the Coif, a Raul Castro Scholar, and received the CALI Future In Excellence award for being #1 in my class in Contracts. I was a student clinician at the mediation clinic, where I was trained in mediation and negotiation techniques and had opportunities to put those techniques to real-world practice.
I interned at the prestigious international law firm of Ogletree Deakins, where I drafted surveys of Arizona law on trade secrets and non-compete clauses. I also interned for Judge Boyd Dunn on the Family Division of the Superior Court of Maricopa County, where I learned the inner-workings of family law in Arizona. I was admitted to practice in Arizona in 2012 and I have been in solo practice ever since.
Those are the tenants of my legal practice. I firmly believe that trust between the attorney and client is the best way to achieve results. I have found that trust is best built by actually listening to my clients.
I genuinely care about what my clients want and what they have to say. It’s hard to believe, but a lot of attorneys do not realize this. I find it is key to the success of my practice.
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