James E. Vieh
I graduated from Harvard College with a degree in government, cum laude.
Thereafter I spent a year at the University of Erlangen in Germany on a DAAD fellowship studying history and philosophy. Upon returning to the United States, I attended Cornell University where I received a law degree and an MBA in finance. I have practiced law for many years in Scottsdale. My practice involves civil litigation including personal injury cases, commercial litigation, and divorce.
I have an AV Martindale Hubbell rating of (5.0/5.0).
In the course of my career as a lawyer, I have served as a judge pro tern of the Maricopa County Superior Court, as a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Arizona, and as a member of the Paradise Valley Town Council where I also served as Vice Mayor.
Over the years I have handled hundreds of automobile accident cases, wrongful death cases, divorces, and construction claims.
J.D., Cornell, 1976
A.B. cum laude, Harvard College, 1971
M.B.A, Cornell Business School, 1976
D.A.A.D., Fellow University of Erlangen, Germany, 1971-72
Arizona State Bar
Member Since: 1976
Scottsdale Bar Association
Member Since: 1983
Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
Member Since: 2000
- Valley Life
- Chairman of the Board (group housing for disable adults)
- Martindale Hubbell rating AV.
- Former Special Asst. Attorney General State of Arizona.
- Former Pro Tem Judge Maricopa County Superior Court.
- Member Paradise Valley Town Council 1992-96; Vice Mayor 1994-96.
German and Spanish