HALLINAN & KILLPACK LAW FIRM | 5240 E. Pima St., Tucson, AZ 85712
Telephone: 520-320-5240 | Fax: 520-577-7044 | Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeremy Killpack obtained his undergraduate degree in Business Management with an emphasis on marketing from BYU in 2003. He received his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 2008 where he graduated Magna Cume Laude. He is licensed to practice law in Florida and Arizona. In 8 years of practice, he has assisted over two-thousand clients in either Social Security Disability claims or personal injury claims.
He has been married for 16 years 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.
Joane has lived in Tucson for more than 20 years and has practiced law since 2003. 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, for 23 years and she has had the pleasure of raising three sons, Matthew, Jonathan and Christopher.
Practice Areas: Social Security, Real Estate, Health Insurance, Civil Litigation; Torts, Consumer Credit Defense, DUI, Divorce, Trust Law, Wills, etc.
State Bar of Arizona: 2003
Law School: Saratoga University, J.D., 2002; St. Thomas University, LL.M., 2003
College: University of Arizona, B.S., Business Administration, 1986ISLN: 917581760
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 Law Firm in April 2016.