Rose Law Group Furthers Web3, Metaverse practice with Newest Hire

New Hire at the Scottsdale-Based Law Firm Further Demonstrates Their Ability to Serve a Vast Array of Clients

What do civil litigation, blockchain, and immigrant rights have in common? If you’re like most people, nothing comes to mind, but if you’re Rose Law Group pc you see an incredible opportunity to serve a wide host of clients with one brilliant hire.

The Rose Law Group is pleased to announce the newest member of its team, Brian Cuevas. Brian is a civil litigator who also practices in the firm’s Web3, Metaverse, blockchain and digital assets  departments. Before joining Rose Law Group, Brian focused on civil litigation and has worked with The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project and the ACLU of Arizona and the Arizona House of Representatives.

The Rose Law Group has long pushed boundaries as the largest woman-owned law firm in the state. From their focus on renewable energy to their cannabis-focused practice, from staking a claim in drone law to their recent push into space law, the firm has long been on the forefront of that which is new and compelling. But with this hire, they also demonstrate that they understand the need for demonstrating flexibility and scope.

The hire of Mr. Cuevas exemplifies just that desire for scope and diversification within their talent pool. He previously served as a writer for the Law Journal for Social Justice and was a member of the Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps, Moot Court, Chicano Latino Law Students Association, and Corporate and Business Law Society. He serves on the Board of Directors of Los Abogados, Arizona’s Hispanic Bar association, where he is co-chair of the Civil Rights Committee. Born in Mexico and raised in Arizona, Brian is fluent in written and oral Spanish, and is an experienced English-to-Spanish/Spanish-to-English interpreter.

As a member of the Civil Rights Committee, Brian is dedicated to identifying and addressing civil rights violations and conflicts affecting the Latino community. He has assisted in presenting a CLE in marijuana expungements and set-aside convictions after the passage of Arizona’s Prop 207. He also helped organize a citizenship fair dedicated to assisting eligible immigrants apply for citizenship in America. His experience and expertise will certainly prove useful within the wide umbrella of legal topics that the Rose Law Group demonstrates leadership in, and he mirrors the growing degree of diversity within Arizona.

Jordan R. Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group pc, expressed her excitement about the hire of Mr. Cuevas as well as how strong of a fit he is for a firm as topically diverse as Rose Law.

“Brian exemplifies a number of very important ideals of this firm: flexibility, diversity, expertise and ability to think outside-the-box and bring forth unique solutions to complex problems. We are confident that he will be able to add considerable value to our clients across several disciplines, and we are very excited to have him on our team.”

While his career has engaged him in topics as wide-ranging as social justice, blockchain, and cannabis law, Brian is not entirely defined by his work output. Outside the firm, Brian enjoys traveling, golfing, basketball, fantasy football, and appreciating the outdoors. His well-rounded nature will undoubtedly make him an incredible asset for the Rose Law Group pc.

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