Thomas Galvin, a longtime land use and water attorney and current Maricopa County supervisor, was named partner at Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group, the firm announced.
Galvin has practiced at Rose Law, the largest Arizona law firm founded by a woman, since 2015, according to a press release. Previously, Galvin was a policy adviser to Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns and worked in the commercial real estate sector.
“Rose Law Group has allowed me to work on a wide range of issues and find success for clients,” Galvin said. “Being a partner at such a prominent firm with a great leader like Jordan Rose made for an easy decision to become a partner at RLG.”
Galvin graduated with a history degree from the College of the Holy Cross and received his law degree from Notre Dame.
“Tom has worked on our Rose Law Group team for seven years. He is truly amazing,” RLG founder Jordan Rose said. “He makes all of us better and works hard to get the best outcomes for our clients. Tom has a unique ability to find creative solutions to really complicated problems. He is a key member of our team and I personally rely on his wisdom on a daily basis. Toms’ work ethic has been tested time and again he finds a way to successfully juggle family, work and public service.”
Galvin lives in Phoenix with his wife Ana and their young son. He was appointed Maricopa County supervisor in December.
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