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  • Elan S. Mizrahi
  • Elan S. Mizrahi

Elan S. Mizrahi

Elan S. Mizrahi's diverse civil litigation practice allows him to service a broad spectrum of clients in a wide array of civil matters. Whether Elan's client is a large corporation with a complex commercial dispute or a local community member with a personal legal issue and a tight budget, Elan carefully evaluates his clients' legal needs and develops a sound strategy customized for his clients' unique circumstances.

Elan primarily services clients with pre-litigation and litigation needs in areas such as contracts, construction, real estate, intellectual property, business torts, general business disputes, municipality defense, toxic torts and general insurance defense, as well as personal injury and dignitary torts. Elan has successfully handled numerous jury trials and civil appeals and has served as a mediator.

Elan has lived in Arizona since 1978, when his family moved from Brooklyn, New York where he was born. Having grown up in the Phoenix area (Sunnyslope High School Class of 1988) and having attended the University of Arizona for undergraduate studies and Arizona State University for law school, Elan's community roots run deep. Over the years, he has involved himself in countless charities, community programs, rugby clubs and soccer teams, and was a nominee for the Martin Luther King "Living the Dream" award.

  • Admissions

    Elan is licensed to practice law in all courts in Arizona and Nevada, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
  • Education

    B.A., Political Science, University of Arizona (1988) J.D., Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University (1996)
  • In His Own Words

    In His Own Words "My parents were never surprised I became a lawyer. They always loved sharing the story of when my high school English teacher had me suspended in high school and when the vice-principal called my parents to deliver the news, he apologized and blamed the teacher."