Litigation attorney, Heather Cornwell, recently shifted her practice and joined Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys in order to focus on representing individuals that have been harmed by the negligence of others. Ms. Cornwell graduated cum laude from Roger Williams School of Law in 2005 and holds degrees in psychology and political science from Arizona State University.After law school, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable Sheldon Weisberg at the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Heather Cornwell then began her career as a litigation attorney serving as an Assistant Chief Counsel for the Department of Homeland Security, as well as an associate attorney at another Phoenix law firm. Ms. Cornwell is a member of the State Bar of Arizona and is admitted to practice in the Federal District Court for the District of Arizona.
From the beginning of her practice, Ms. Cornwell has always handled cases in active litigation and has spent the past 5 years focused on handling lawsuits dealing with wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, premises liability, motor vehicle collisions and dram shop liability.
Heather Cornwell is an Arizona native and prides herself on being able to advocate for community members that have been injured and are also unfamiliar with the process and procedure of civil law suits.
In her free time, Heather Cornwell enjoys spending as much time outside as possible hiking, swimming, riding bikes and camping with family, friends and her puppies. It is also important for her to give-back and participate in her community, and is an active volunteer with Valley of the Sun United Way.
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