LUIS A. OCHOA
Attorney, Quarles & Brady LLP
Luis A. Ochoa is a partner in the Tucson office of the law firm of Quarles & Brady, LLP. He is a member of the firm’s real-estate practice group. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona in 1983, and his law degree from the UA in 1986. His practice focuses on Indian law, not-for-profit organizations, and business clients in all phases of corporate operation – including business-entity formation, commercial transactions, and tax- and real-estate matters. Luis is listed in “The Best Lawyers in America” for Indian law, gaming law, and nonprofits/charities law. He serves as a senior advisor to the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation, and on the boards of the Blair Charity Group, and the University of Arizona Intercollegiate Athletics Compliance Committee. He is a member of the Tucson Jewish Foundation’s Professional Advisors Group and the Volunteer Lawyers Program’s Advisory Group. Luis has also served on the boards of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, Tucson Centers for Women and Children, William Morris Foundation, 88-Crime, and the Tucson Crime Prevention Council. He has been recognized for his pro bono legal work as the recipient of the 2002 American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Publico Award, the 2001 William E. Morris Pro Bono Service Award, and numerous awards from the Southern Arizona Legal Aid/Volunteer Lawyers Program. They include the 2000 Arizona Community Legal Assistance Attorney of the Year, 1999 Attorney of the Year, 1998 Bankruptcy Clinic Attorney of the Year, and 1997 Bankruptcy Clinic Attorney of the Year.