Attorney Kristin Eidenbach founded her Tucson law firm, Eidenbach Law, in 2015 to continue post-settlement work on Parsons v. Ryan, a case she began working on three years earlier. In addition to her work on that case, Ms. Eidenbach also serves clients with needs related to civil rights law, constitutional law, prisoners' rights, and federal Indian and tribal law. In addition, she is an active animal rights activist who works diligently to protect the welfare of both wild and domestic animals.
Ms. Eidenbach earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Knox College in 1998. Eight years later, she decided to continue her education at University of Idaho College of Law, where she earned her law degree in 2009. Later that same year, the State Bar of Arizona granted her admission, and she enrolled at University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. In 2010, she earned a Master of Laws in indigenous peoples law and policy, with an emphasis on cultural property.
Armed with extensive education and years of experience, Ms. Eidenbach is a highly respected member of the legal community. Her work on the Parsons v. Ryan case helped her build a reputation as a knowledgeable and skilled attorney, and her continued work on the matter has solidified her reputation as a dedicated civil rights lawyer.
Her work on behalf of animals, made possible by her co-ownership of Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital, has also brought her attention and admiration from the community. When she is not in her law office or the courtroom, she is likely working to rescue animals from dangerous situations or to find homes for abandoned pets.
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Last Updated: 1/26/2017