Two Renaissance Square

40 North Central Avenue
Suite 2700
Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Phone: 602-263-1700
Fax: 602-651-7599

Location Information


Amelia A. Esber
Associate


aesber@jshfirm.com
TEL: 602-263-1755
FAX: 602-200-7848

Education

University of Arizona 
James E. Rogers College of Law
J.D., cum laude, 2014
Dean’s Achievement Scholarship,
Dean’s List
Managing Editor, Arizona Journal of International and 
Comparative Law

The Ohio State University
B.S. Psychology, cum laude, 2011
Trustee’s Scholarship
Dean’s List

Bar Admissions

Arizona, 2014
U.S. District Court, Arizona


Amelia A. Esber


Ms. Esber joins Jones, Skelton & Hochuli as an Associate focusing her practice on general civil litigation, government liability and employment law, and wrongful death and personal injury defense. Ms. Esber received a Bachelor of Science degree from The Ohio State University before attending law school at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law.

Prior to joining Jones, Skelton & Hochuli, Ms. Esber served as a legal extern for the Honorable Jennifer G. Zipps at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. Ms. Esber was the Managing Editor of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law and her article was selected for publication.

When she is not in the office, Ms. Esber is a culinary adventurer and enjoys dining out at new local hotspots in Phoenix. As a student at Ohio State, she took a sky-diving course and successfully made the plunge from 12,000 feet. Ms. Esber is still a devoted Ohio State Buckeye fan.


Presentations & Publications

  • "'You're Fired!' or 'Staying Hired?': The New Peace Officers Bill of Rights," Co-Presenter, Current Issues in Governmental Liability Seminar, November 2015
  • “Don't Let the Jail House Rock: A Look at Recent Legal Trends to Balance Civil Rights and Order," Co-Presenter, 2015 Arizona Jails Association Annual Conference, May 2015
  • “Curing the Drug Lag: A Proposal for International Harmonization of Pharmaceutical Approval,” Author, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, Spring 2014