Haley Harrigan is an associate attorney with Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara in its Arizona office. Her current practice includes representing individuals, contractors, and businesses in tort litigation, primarily in the areas of premises liability and personal injury.
While in law school, Ms. Harrigan gained a wide variety of legal experience serving as judicial extern for the Honorable Bruce Cohen in the Maricopa County Superior Court, as well as clerking for a local civil litigation firm, where she focused on insurance defense and construction defect litigation. Ms. Harrigan also served as Teaching Assistant for Business Associations and Contract courses. Additionally, she was elected Student Scholarship Editor of Law Review. During her tenure on Law Review, her legal articles were published on four separate occasions, including publications in University of Michigan Journal of Law & Reform and DRI for the Defense Magazine. Ms. Harrigan received a CALI Award for Civil Procedure II and the Raul Castro Scholarship for Academic Excellence. Ms. Harrigan is also a certified mediator, where she facilitates others resolve wide-ranging disputes through cost-effective alternative dispute resolution methods in lieu of litigation.
Ms. Harrigan is an Arizona native. In her leisure time, she enjoys yoga, spending time outdoors, traveling and golfing. She is also an avid volunteer for Wills for Heroes Foundation.