Snell & Wilmer Attorney Paloma Scheiferstein Joins State Bar of Arizona Bar Leadership Institute

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce Phoenix associate Paloma Scheiferstein ( has been admitted to the State Bar of Arizona Bar Leadership Institute. (

The BLI is a selective program designed to train the next generation of Bar members and community leaders. Participants are provided with networking opportunities, training and education, community awareness and other skills necessary to benefit the diverse communities in which they work, live, and serve.

Paloma focuses her practice in commercial litigation. She has assisted in the representation of a variety of clients across multiple industries, in matters involving breach of contract, cyber security, intellectual property disputes, gaming, and financial services litigation. She regularly analyzes and briefs complex legal issues and utilizes her research and analysis skills to draft complaints, answers, and pretrial motions. Paloma graduated magna cum laude from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Arizona State Law Journal. Before joining Snell & Wilmer, Paloma clerked for Chief Justice Robert M. Brutinel of the Arizona Supreme Court.

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Founded in 1938, Snell & Wilmer is a full-service business law firm with more than 450 attorneys practicing in 16 locations throughout the United States and in Mexico, including Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona; Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego, California; Denver, Colorado; Washington, D.C.; Boise, Idaho; Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Portland, Oregon; Dallas, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Seattle, Washington; and Los Cabos, Mexico. The firm represents clients ranging from large, publicly traded corporations to small businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs. For more information, visit (

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