Jeffrey Hrycko

Of Counsel


Direct Line: 480-569-2825


Jeff joined the firm in 2005.  He is a 2004 graduate of the University of Arizona James E. Rodgers College of Law where he was an articles editor on the Journal of International and Comparative Law and a student lawyer with the Domestic Violence Clinic.  After graduation, Jeff clerked for one year with the Honorable Judge Maurice Portley at the Arizona Court of Appeals before joining the firm.  

In his current practice, he primarily represents governmental entities in flood-related litigation, property tax litigation, and administrative proceedings, but also represents private parties in personal injury cases, landlord-tenant disputes, contracts and commercial lease negotiations.


Jeff's first career was in natural resources-graduating from the University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources, and then working as a park ranger with the Bureau of Land Management in the California Desert District.   He then moved to Phoenix to work with Arizona State Parks, where he ultimately served as the state non-motorized trails coordinator.


In his spare time, Jeff likes to play golf and enjoys target shooting, hiking, reading, and working in his garden. 



Areas of Practice:

  • General Civil litigation
  • Personal Injury litigation
  • Landlord / Tenant
  • Property Tax
  • Water law / floodplain management





J.D. University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, Tucson, Arizona



B.S. University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan




State Bar of Arizona

Maricopa County Bar Association

National Rifle Association