Good lawyers must write effectively, so I obtained a B.A.in English Composition from DePauw University. I then learned trial skills at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, Illinois, which has a respected Trial Advocacy program. I also obtained essential real world experience by clerking for trial attorneys while completing law school.
There is no better way to obtain trial experience than in the courtroom. That is why I took my first job at Parrillo Weiss in Chicago. That firm regularly tried more cases to verdict in Cook County, Illinois, than any other law firm in the city. I tried numerous jury cases in a short period of time.
After honing my trial skills in Illinois, I was offered the opportunity to open an office in Arizona for Parrillo Weiss. I accepted that challenge in 1988, and managed the Arizona office for more than 28 years. During that time I personally handled thousands of cases all over the State of Arizona.
Some attorneys know how to try jury cases, but have never had the opportunity to do appellate work. I have argued more than a dozen appellate cases in the Arizona Supreme Court and Courts of Appeals. I have learned how to protect my clients' rights if a jury verdict is appealed.
I personally handle every case at Huser Law Firm. I do this, because I know how essential it is for the attorney who is going to court to understand all aspects of the case.