Clients choose Mr. Sewell because of his reputation for success, his insight into the law, and his pragmatic approach to litigation and his efficient approach to achieving results.
Mr. Sewell’s litigation experience involves cases in federal, state and administrative settings. He also resolves disputes through mediation, arbitration, as well as bench and jury trials. Mr. Sewell has also worked as a professor of business law. Mr. Sewell also serves as a mediator for probate & trust litigation cases.
Awards & Recognitions:
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law, Carlisle, PA (J.D., 2005)
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT (B.S., 2001)
State of Pennsylvania, 2005, inactive
State of Arizona, 2006
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2006
Professional Memberships & Activities
Past President & Board Member, East Valley Estate Planning Council
Member of Board of Directors Tempe Chamber of Commerce 2015
Past Treasurer of Thurgood Marshall Inn of Court
Gilbert Leadership Conference Member, Class of 22
State Bar of Arizona
Publications & Presentations
Senior Editor—Journal of American Arbitration
Published: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Overrules its Decision in Duffield and Strengthens an Employer’s Use of Compulsory Arbitration in EEOC v. Luce, Forward Hamilton & Scripps, 3 J. Am. Arb. 171 (2004)
A Book Review—Law and Contemporary Problems: Mandatory Arbitration, 4 J. Am. Arb. 203 (2005)
LESSONS Magazine, Copy Editor and Writer
Published: Salvaging the Academic Village and From Chalk to Keyboard: How Learning is Changing
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