Mr. Lawrence 'D' Pew is the founder of Pew Law Center and is an experienced bankruptcy, tax, and transactional attorney. Mr. Pew is a native Arizonan who graduated from Arizona State University and from the Barrett’s Honors College with a major in Finance and a minor is Sociology. He was also nominated by his professors and peers for “Outstanding Graduating Senior.” Upon Graduation, Mr. Pew was recruited by IBM and relocated to Silicon Valley. He left his banking career at Bank One and his hometown for a new adventure. Working as a Financial Analyst, Mr. Pew controlled a Billion Dollar budget and was instrumental in saving IBM over $100 million Dollars.
Needing more of a challenge, Mr. Pew then went to law school in San Diego. There he focused on business planning, tax, contracts, real estate, and estate planning. Mr. Pew was president of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and the Federalist Society. One of his presidential highlights was being invited to Washington D.C. as part of a Federalist Leadership Conference where he met Justice Clarence Thomas. During law school, Mr. Pew was selected for a highly competitive internship with Fisher Thurber in La Jolla, California. He was deeply involved with business planning and contract analysis.
Upon Law School Graduation, Mr. Pew returned to Arizona and began working at a prestigious boutique law firm in the Camelback area. His focus was estate planning, asset protection, and assisting small businesses. Mr. Pew then joined the Valley’s Largest Consumer Law Firm where he helped hundreds of people file for bankruptcy. He was quickly recognized for his understanding of bankruptcy law and his creative nature, resulting in being assigned the firm’s more difficult cases.
Mr. Pew’s concern and compassion for his clients adds to the excellent service and standards at Pew Law Center. He has worked tirelessly in order to produce fantastic results and outcomes for the firm’s clients. Given his diverse background and experience, Mr. Pew provides real world answers and practical solutions. Mr. Pew continues to practice law because of the difference he can make in peoples lives, especially during their darkest hours.
Professional Associations & Memberships
State Bar of Arizona, member
American Society of Tax Problem Solvers (ASTPS), member
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA), member
Honors and Awards
ASU Barrett’s Honors College and W.P. Carey School of Business graduate, Magna Cum Laude
Excelled at Business Statistics project which is now used as example/standard for all future classes
Areas of Practice
Number of Attorneys
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