Osborn Maledon announces new associates
Osborn Maledon is pleased to announce that Shannon Mataele and Bryce Talbot have joined the firm’s litigation group.
Mataele’s practice will focus on education, government/regulatory, and administrative law. She will represent school clients on matters that include compliance and regulatory issues, including special education issues. She previously served as Arizona Supreme Court Justice Andrew Gould’s senior law clerk. Before that, she clerked at the Court of Appeals and worked in both public and private practice, where she also worked on education law matters. She earned her J.D. from Arizona State University, Sandra O’Connor College of Law.
Before joining the Firm, Talbot was a law clerk for Utah Supreme Court Justice John A. Pearce. He previously was a summer associate at Osborn Maledon, and he was a judicial extern to the Hon. David C. Bury, U.S. District Court, District of Arizona in Tucson. He earned his J.D. from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law in Tucson.