Salim A. Shleef, Of Counsel.

Salim A. Shleef, Of Counsel.

Salim joined the firm in 2024 Of Counsel. Salim’s practice is focused on estate and trust litigation and administration, elder abuse and exploitation, and guardianships and conservatorships. Salim’s background as a ligation attorney for over 10 years has allowed him to understand that legal issues and disputes affect individuals and their families in various ways.  This has enabled him to develop a practice that is focused on empathy, having a firm handle on the law and facts, while also passionately advocating for his clients. Salim currently serves as the chair of the Estate Planning, Probate and Trust Section board of the Maricopa County Bar Association. Salim has also been recognized by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star in Estate and Trust Litigation since 2018.

Salim was born in New York but he was raised in Phoenix, Arizona where he attended Arizona State University and received his B.A. magna cum laude in Justice Studies in 2007. Following undergraduate school, Salim attended Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law where he received his J.D. in 2011. As a law student, Salim co-created the Law Journal for Social Justice, which was the first student-run and created law journal at Arizona State University. Salim also held a judicial externship with Hon. Patricia Orozco (ret.) with the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, and mediated legal disputes raised in the Maricopa County Superior Court system following intensive mediation training as part of the nationally recognized Lodestar Dispute Resolution Program.

When Salim is not working, he’s spending time with his family, staying active, reading and listening to/playing music.

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