Maddalena Savary practices litigation with a focus on appellate and commercial practice. Maddalena joined the firm after clerking for the Arizona Supreme Court and the Arizona Court of Appeals and serving as legislative counsel for a nonprofit advocacy organization. Maddalena began her career interning in every branch of government including the Arizona Supreme Court, Governor Ducey’s Office of General Counsel, the Secretary of State Elections Division, the Arizona Attorney General’s Civil Rights Division, and the Arizona House of Representatives Rules Office.
Maddalena graduated with honors from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, earning the highest pro bono distinction, the W.P. Carey/Armstrong Award Prize for Public Service, the Jonathan Paul Schubert Scholarship, the Graduate and Professional Student Association Outstanding Mentor Award, the Rebecca and Michael Berch Scholarship, the Judge Mary M. Schroeder 1st Year Pro Bono Achievement Award, and the Carstens Family Fund Merit Scholarship. Maddalena earned her paralegal degree from Pima Community College and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology cum laude from the University of Arizona.
- State Bar of Arizona (2019)
- District Court of Arizona (2022)
- Maricopa County Bar Association (2022)
- Pima County Bar Association (2022)