Troy Antony Wallin
1425 South Higley Road
Gilbert, Arizona 85296
Telephone: (480) 240-4150
Facsimile: (480) 240-4151
Firm: Wallin Harrison, PLC
Wallin Harrison is an AVÂ® Preeminent rated business and litigation law firm that strives to provide the highest quality legal services for both large and small businesses and individual clients. Our attorneys are committed to satisfying the legal needs of all types of clients in the most cost-effective manner possible.
Troy A. Wallin practices primarily in the areas of corporate law, securities, real estate, and administrative law, including private placements, SEC filings and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, secularizations, commercial litigation, and general business law.
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Admissions and Qualifications:
United States District Court, District of Arizona, 2007
Arizona State Bar, 2004
United States District Court, District of Nevada, 2001
Nevada State Bar, 1999
United States District Court, District of Maryland, 1998
Maryland State Bar, 1997 (inactive)
After spending two years in Sapporo, Japan as a missionary, Troy returned to Brigham Young University to receive a B.S. in Accounting in 1994 from the prestigious Marriott School of Management, where he received a Dean's Scholarship for academic excellence. He then received a J.D. in 1997 from the George Washington University Law School, where he served as Editor and Member of the George Washington International Law Review. Troy clerked for Judge Rudolph Gerber of the Arizona Court of Appeals in 1995.
Troy's pride and joy are his wife, Stephanie, and their five children. He enjoys taking his boys camping and fishing, as well as preparing them for careers in professional sports. Troy is an avid basketball player and fan, having been named player of the week in the Las Vegas City basketball league and winning the George Washington University intramural basketball championship during his second year of law school. Troy's younger brother, Kurt, was a starting defensive tackle for the Arizona State University football team until 2001, where he was a PAC-10 leader in sacks and forced fumbles.
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