Kenneth N. Ralston
Ken focuses his practice in the areas of environmental law and commercial litigation. His experience includes drafting demand letters, motions for summary judgment, motions in limine, and mediation memoranda. Ken has researched and drafted legal memoranda on a variety of topics, including: hazardous waste, breach of contract, personal injury, and copyright infringement. After his second year of law school, Ken was a summer clerk at Gallagher & Kennedy where he was able to acquaint himself with all aspects of the firm’s practice.
Ken attended the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, where he graduated summa cum laude and was ranked second in his class. After graduating law school, he achieved one of the top three scores on the Arizona Uniform Bar Examination. In law school, Ken interned for the Honorable Kathleen M. O’Malley on the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and for the Honorable John J. Tuchi at the District Court of Arizona. For both Judges, Ken drafted opinions, orders, bench memos, and conducted research as needed. Interning at both the Federal District Court and a Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, Ken gained valuable insight at both the trial and appellate level.