The Law Office of Nathan C. Cooley was established in 2008 by Nathan Cooley. As a life-long resident and native of Arizona, Nathan has developed deep roots in the area and knows the market and the specific issues facing residents of our community. Having spent his entire life in Arizona, Nathan has substantial personal and recent legal experience in the area.
As an undergraduate, Nathan attended the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University where he received his undergraduate degree in Political Science in 2003. Nathan continued his studies at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law also at Arizona State University receiving his law degree in 2006. Immediately after law school, Nathan worked as a prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office, which experience provided him with extensive courtroom experience and invaluable opportunities to work with opposing attorneys and judicial officers.
In 2007 and 2008, Nathan went back to school and earned a masters degree in Real Estate Development through the College of Design at ASU. While in school, he was a recipient of the Urban Land Institute Scholarship.
Nathan is currently a member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, Urban Land Institute, and East Valley Partnership. Nathan has also been a member of the board of the Arizona Rail Passengers Association.
Nathan enjoys his work and helping people solve their problems and work out their legal issues. He prides himself on being an aggressive and valuable asset for his clients. His strong research skills and varied experience as well as his ability to relate to people prove him invaluable in a number of practice areas. Nathan works hard to help his clients in creative and efficient ways while maintaining high standards of integrity and ethics. Most importantly, Nathan values his relationship with his clients. As the only attorney in his office, he is always on hand to speak to his clients personally and to give them individualized attention. Contact Nathan now to discuss with him your legal issue or concerns.