Leah McKeever is an Associate in Tyson & Mendes’ Scottsdale office. Her practice focuses on defense of general liability and personal injury matters on behalf of individuals and businesses.
Prior to joining Tyson & Mendes, Ms. McKeever represented clients in personal injury cases including general liability, auto and premises liability, and wrongful death, as well as property damage and defamation cases. She has successfully resolved hundreds of personal injury matters for her clients. Her experience also includes contributing to the drafting and filing of patent and trademark applications on behalf of clients through the Intellectual Property Clinic during law school.
Ms. McKeever achieved her J.D. from The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2017, where she was a member of the Student Bar Association, served on the Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, and participated in the US Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Law School Certification Programs for patents and trademarks, receiving an Intellectually Property Certification. She obtained her B.S. in Political Science from The University of Arizona in 2013. Ms. McKeever is licensed to practice law in Arizona.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, family and friends. She also enjoys traveling, running, reading, and equestrianism.
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