An associate in Dickinson Wright’s Phoenix office, Bryce Kessler career in 2015 practicing at a firm focusing on various areas of civil and complex commercial litigation before transferring to a small, boutique firm in Scottsdale, Arizona with an emphasis on tax lien foreclosures and other real estate matters.
Arizona State UniversityB.A., Psychology, 2012
- Summa Cum Laude
University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of LawJ.D., 2015
- Arizona Law Review, Articles Editor
- CALI Excellence for the Future Awards
- Property Law
- Corporate Governance
Presented arguments to the Arizona Supreme Court on behalf of tax lien holders regarding Arizona’s statutory pre-litigation notice requirements to tax lien foreclosure lawsuits and obtained a favorable unanimous decision, vacating the adverse ruling of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
- Successfully represented judgment creditors in dismissing various lawsuits in which judgment debtors sought to set aside Sheriff’s Sales and recover damages against the judgment creditors.
- Supreme Court of Arizona
- United States District Court, District of Arizona