Ariana Byrd

Trial Lawyer

Ariana decided to become a lawyer so that she could help clients through some of the toughest experiences of their lives. Based in our Phoenix office, Ariana handles a variety of personal injury cases and advocates for victims of motor vehicle collisions, trucking accidents, nursing home injuries, slip and falls, animal attacks, and more. She joined the Zinda Law Group team because of its dedication to excellence and its commitment to its clients.

Before joining Zinda Law Group, Ariana worked as a lead trial lawyer with another personal injury firm in Arizona for three years, where she handled numerous personal injury cases and earned high regard as an honest and diligent advocate for her clients. Prior to working in Arizona, Ariana practiced law as a personal injury attorney in Wisconsin immediately after graduating from law school in the same state.

During her time at the Marquette University School of Law in Milwaukee, Ariana clerked for a personal injury firm and for the Waukesha County Court. She also held a position on the Sports Law Review and earned a CALI Award in Interviewing and Counseling, the highest grade in the course. Throughout her undergraduate education at Washington State University, she competed on the university’s soccer team and served as captain. She is currently licensed to practice law in Arizona.

When she is not zealously advocating for her clients, Ariana enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs, hiking, biking, golfing, and running. She also ran in the Rock n’ Roll Marathon in Tempe, Arizona, and she currently volunteers as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

EDUCATION

  • Marquette University School of Law, J.D.
  • Washington State University, B.S. in Psychology

PRACTICE AREAS

 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • S. District Court, District of Arizona
  • State Bar of Wisconsin (inactive)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
  • Arizona Women’s Lawyer Association
  • Maricopa County Bar Association