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Isaacson Law Firm, P.C. - Phoenix, AZ

3101 N. Central Ave.Suite 650 Phoenix, AZ 85012

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Updated: 07/20/2021

Phoenix Government Relationship Law Firm


The law firm of Isaacson & Walsh, P.C., has a history that began in Phoenix in 1975. Current partner Don Isaacson joined the firm in 1980 as an associate attorney and became a shareholder in 1983. Partner Cheyenne Walsh joined the firm in early 2015, which signaled the birth of Isaacson & Walsh, P.C., in its current incarnation...

About Isaacson Law Firm, P.C.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Ridge & Isaacson, P.C
  • Isaacson & Duffy, P.C.
  • Isaacson & Moore, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Government Relationship


  • 10%





Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


3101 N. Central Ave.Suite 650 Phoenix, AZ 85012


  • 602-230-8487

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