Samantha focuses her practice in the areas of construction defect and general civil litigation defense. Before joining JSH and after graduating from law school, she worked as a law-trained judicial staff member for the Honorable Christopher T. Whitten.
While attending law school at ASU, Samantha worked as a Rule 38 Student Attorney at the Civil Litigation Clinic and as a summer law clerk for a Phoenix-based personal injury law firm. She was elected Vice President of the Law Society for Human Rights and worked as a legal extern at the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona. During her first and second year of law school, Samantha worked as a legal extern at the City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office’s Appeals Bureau and legal intern at the Office of the Secretary of State of Arizona.
A Wisconsin native, Samantha earned her undergraduate degree from Marquette University and was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha and on the Marquette rowing team. She was a member of the Les Aspin Center Alumni Counsel where she worked for Congresswoman Cheri Bustos of Illinois. She also volunteered with Junior Achievement USA and worked with elementary-aged children in the Milwaukee public school system to enhance financial literacy.
In her free time, Samantha enjoys traveling, listening to live music, trying new restaurants, and Olympic weightlifting.
Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D., 2019
V.P. of the Law Society for Human Rights
Marquette University, B.A., Political Science with a Minor in Philosophy, 2016
Pi Sigma Alpha – National Political Science Honor Society