Austin Kurtz concentrates his law practice particularly on plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation covering a variety of injury issues including medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, negligence, burns and sports injuries .
An Arizona native born and raised in Scottsdale, Austin Kurtz concentrates his law practice on plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation, commercial litigation, and sports law.
Prior to joining Aiken Schenk, Austin began his legal career as a litigation associate at an Am Law 200 law firm in Denver, Colorado.
He has a business background, graduating from Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University with a dual major in Business Management / Entrepreneurship and Business Law from the W.P. Carey School of Business. During his early years, Austin took a strong interest in the business of sports, focusing his honors thesis, A Deeper Relationship: an analysis of the sports agent-athlete relationship in modern society, on the interworking of the business.
Austin uses prior studies in business and sports to bring a unique approach to the world of personal injury and the valuation of damages.
He is licensed to practice in Arizona, Colorado, and California.
More About Austin
Austin graduated from Arizona State University summa cum laude. Thereafter, he attended the UCLA School of Law as a Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient.
After graduating from UCLA, Austin began his practice in Denver, Colorado. Though he loved the Centennial State, he couldn’t wait to set his roots back home in the Valley of the Sun.
Austin is a distinguished oral advocate with a true passion for the practice of law.
- Arizona Association for Justice, Member
- The Sports Lawyers Association, Member
- Suns Charities 88
- State Bar of Arizona
- Colorado Bar Association
J.D., UCLA School of Law: Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient
B.S., summa cum laude, Business Management and Entrepreneurship, B.A., summa cum laude, Business Law, W.P. Carey School of Business, Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University: Provost Scholar