John Sud

John is an associate attorney in the firm’s Litigation Department.

John was born and raised in Illinois. He graduated summa cum laude from Illinois State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance.

Tiring of the cold weather, John decided to move to Tucson, Arizona to attend the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. During his time at the James E. Rogers College of Law, John was the Editor-in-Chief of the Arizona Law Journal of Emerging Technologies and the recipient of the E. Thomas Sullivan Antitrust Award. He graduated in 2019.

Prior to joining the Rose Law Group, John practiced in the areas of legal malpractice, antitrust, intellectual property, financial fraud, and catastrophic personal injury litigation at a boutique Phoenix firm.

In his free time, John enjoys playing tennis, chess, and exploring new restaurants in Phoenix.

Admissions:

· Arizona

· United States District Court, District of Arizona

· Texas

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