HALLINAN & KILLPACK LAW FIRM | 5240 E. Pima St., Tucson, AZ 85712
Telephone: 520-320-5240 | Fax: 520-577-7044 | Contact Email: email@example.com
Jeremy Killpack is the managing attorney. He received his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 2008 where he graduated with high honors (Magna Cum Laude). He also obtained an undergraduate degree in Business Management with an emphasis on marketing from BYU in 2003. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona and is an inactive member of the Florida bar. Since beginning the practice of law in Florida in 2008, he has assisted thousands of clients in more than 35 states in Social Security Disability, Personal Injury, Slip and Falls, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death, and Bus Accidents.
He has been married since 2000 and has 4 adopted children. He loves to be outdoors backpacking, hiking, camping, fishing, skiing, and just about everything else. He is a bit of a thrill seeker who constantly seeks to learn new things. He also loves games, especially strategy games like Settlers of Catan, Dominion, and Risk. If he had not become a lawyer, he would have chosen a profession that involved working with his hands building things or repairing things. He is driven to fix problems and create solutions to make lives better, a trait that resulted in many satisfied clients.
Alexia is the newest attorney member of the Hallinan & Killpack team and became licensed to practice law in Arizona in 2018. She came to Tucson in 2011 after interning in Bucharest, Romania at the Soros Foundation. In Tucson, she studied at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law as a visiting student, where she participated in the Immigration Law Clinic. In 2013, Alexia graduated magna cum laude from the Washington College of Law at American University. At Washington College of Law, she contributed to and edited the magazine published by the War Crimes Research Office and studied International Criminal Justice at the Hague in the Netherlands. At American, Alexia also earned her Master of Arts in Political Science, specializing in Transnational Crime and Corruption. Before joining Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm in 2017, Alexia worked as a law clerk in the Criminal Division at the Pima County Attorney’s Office. She handles personal injury matters for Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm.
Alexia lives in Tucson with her family, including her two children. She enjoys hiking, gardening, home improvement, and cooking. She is accessible, down to earth, and has a strong sense of justice. Hallinan & Killpack clients are her priority and she believes in being available to meet their needs.
Joane, the founding attorney, is a long-time Tucsonan and has practiced law since 2003. Joane has successfully prosecuted thousands of cases including Social Security Disability, Personal Injury, Slip and Falls, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death, Bus Accidents, and Prison Negligence and Wrongful Death Cases. She is licensed to practice law in Arizona since 2003. She obtained her JD from Saratoga University in 2002 and an LLM from St. Thomas University in 2003. She is also a proud graduate of the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Business Administration.
She has a broad range of life and business experience in real estate investment, retail sales, and display advertising. She has been married to her college sweetheart, Bill, a fellow Wildcat, since 1982 and she has had the pleasure of raising three sons, Matthew, Jonathan and Christopher. She also has five grandchildren.
Audrey graduated magna cum laude from University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2011. In law school, she was an executive note editor on Arizona Law Review, served as president of the law school chapter of the ACLU of Arizona, and participated in the law school’s Child and Family Law Clinic. After graduation, she moved to Eugene, Oregon, and was licensed to practice law in Oregon in October 2011. She spent three months as a temporary staff attorney for the ACLU of Oregon, then opened a boutique practice representing employees in employment discrimination cases. She returned to Tucson in 2013 and became licensed to practice law in Arizona in 2014. She spent two years as a judicial law clerk for Hon. Stephen C. Villarreal in Pima County Superior Court. She joined Hallinan & Killpack Law Firm in April 2016. She is proficient in handling Social Security appeals, including US District Court appeals.
She was married in 2017 during a total solar eclipse. Between them, she and her husband care for a very spoiled dog and cat, a ball python, a crested gecko, a bearded dragon, two African giant millipedes, and over 60 tarantulas. She brings caring and compassion to the practice of law and is driven to help those in need.