Practice Areas: Copyright, Cannabis Law, Hemp Law, Education Law, Cyber Law, Intellectual Property and Technology Representation, Real Property Tax Valuation and Appeals, Litigation, Grant Writing, Constitutional Law, Real Estate Litigation, Trademark Counselling, Procurement, and Enforcement, Identity Theft Restoration, Privacy Protection, Government Affairs
Evan Bolick handles matters including litigation and appeals, internet and cyber-defamation law, educational law (including advising Charter Schools), land use law, sports law, copyright and trademark issues, family law and constitutional issues. Evan is also is a member of the Rose Law Group pc property tax appeals team.
In addition to his more traditional legal practice, Evan lobbies the Arizona legislature. He has engaged in successful lobbying efforts before the Arizona legislature as a registered lobbyist. Evan has also authored referenda, drafted proposed legislative amendments, represented clients in the rulemaking process, appeared at administrative hearings and worked with federal legislators on visa issues and to garner support for large-scale projects. Evan has represented clients before numerous forums, including before the Arizona Governor’s Office, the State legislature, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, the Arizona State Land Department and the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Evan joined Rose Law Group pc after clerking for the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, where he was employed as a clerk for Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop. Evan received his Juris Doctorate from University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 2010. Evan has also served as a law clerk for both the Diamondbacks legal department and the Goldwater Institute. He currently sits on two charter school boards, including Hirsch Academy in Scottsdale and Casa Academy in Phoenix. Recently, he has given presentations regarding how businesses and individuals can protect their online reputation.
Evan is a member of the Arizona State and District Court Bars as well as a member of the Bar of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. While clerking at the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division 1, Evan gleaned valuable knowledge concerning successful litigation tactics. Evan worked with Vice-Chief Judge Lawrence Winthrop to analyze legal arguments and draft court decisions. He also accrued litigation experience in his work as a law clerk with the Goldwater Institute, an intern with the Institute for Justice and as a member of the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law Holderness Moot Court, where he authored an award-winning mock appellate brief. While in law school he co-authored an amicus brief in conjunction with law school faculty there that was filed at the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
While attending law school, Evan was the associate chief judge on the Holderness Moot Court, competitor on the Environmental Appellate Advocacy team, and recipient of the Order of Barristers. He has been a legal intern for Clean Water for North Carolina, and served as a research assistant for the Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor in Constitutional Law Michael J. Gerhardt. He also received the top grade in his Wrongful Convictions class for Fall 2009 in which he was assigned a pending case for innocence review. Evan completed over 100 hours of pro bono public service while attending UNC Law. Evan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Religion from James Madison University in Virginia. He is married and has two children, Ridley and Madelyn.
Are states taking cybersecurity seriously enough? They should be, says Rose Law Group litigator Evan Bolick
Only one has a cabinet-level official dedicated to the issue By Katherine Barrett & Richard Greene | Governing magazine A +
Rose Law Group litigator Evan Bolick talks website privacy policies in wake of FTC’s record fine against Facebook
Information from CNBC Key findings The fine represents the largest ever imposed by the FTC against a tech company. The +
azfamily reports Chandler Twitter user poses as teen to catch alleged pedophiles; Evan Bolick, Rose Law Group litigator, comments on the legal ramification of ‘catfishing’
By Brittni Thompson | azfamily A 20-year-old man said he’s on a mission to catch what he calls “child predators.” +