Houk Law Firm

Open for Business
Houk Law Firm

Focusing on Employment Solutions

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Houk Law Firm

Houk Law Firm

Open for Business

Focusing on Employment Solutions

Nolo is in the process of verifying that this lawyer is licensed to practice law. *

Firm Overview

WE SERVE EMPLOYEES, EXECUTIVES, AND EMPLOYERS WITH ADVICE AND LITIGATION SUPPORT.
The firm's philosophy of practicing law is to change the world one case at a time. The firm believes that aiming to deliver just results in every case builds a better society. The goal is to provide excellent representation as efficiently as possible.

Main Office

Main Office
1050 East Southern Ave
Tempe , AZ 85282

Phone

(480) 569-2377

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

Mon.-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm

Office Manager

James Montanez

Languages Spoken

English Spanish

Houk Law Firm
Chris Houk

Since 2005, Chris Houk has focused on defending the rights of Arizona workers, managers, and employers. From small town discrimination cases all the way to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Chris has fought time and again to make sure that you are treated fairly with the dignity and respect you deserve.

Chris has worked for the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney Generals Office and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ), giving him unique insight into Arizona laws and regulations.

Chris, his wife, and three children are active members of the Arizona and Metro Phoenix communities.

Chris serves on the Human Relations and Compensation Committee of the National Board of United Cerebral Palsy, the Diocese of Phoenix Finance Council, the board of the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association, the Ethics & Sanctions Committee of the National Employment Lawyers Association, is active with the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Arizonas Labor and Employment Section, and is a Fellow with the American Bar Foundation.

Houk Law Firm
Chris Houk

Since 2005, Chris Houk has focused on defending the rights of Arizona workers, managers, and employers. From small town discrimination cases all the way to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Chris has fought time and again to make sure that you are treated fairly with the dignity and respect you deserve.

Chris has worked for the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney Generals Office and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ), giving him unique insight into Arizona laws and regulations.

Chris, his wife, and three children are active members of the Arizona and Metro Phoenix communities.

Chris serves on the Human Relations and Compensation Committee of the National Board of United Cerebral Palsy, the Diocese of Phoenix Finance Council, the board of the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association, the Ethics & Sanctions Committee of the National Employment Lawyers Association, is active with the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Arizonas Labor and Employment Section, and is a Fellow with the American Bar Foundation.

Houk Law Firm
Marina Kovacevic

In the course of her career, Marina has fought for civil rights through legal and political advocacy.

As a child, Marina immigrated to the US as a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and went on to graduate from Arizona State University (ASU). She received her JD from ASUs Sandra Day O Connor College of Law with the highest honor distinction for pro bono service. As an ASU student, Marina volunteered with the Human Rights Campaign and Amnesty International, interned with the ACLU and the Arizona Justice Project, participated in ASU's immigration clinic, and served as Executive Manager of the Law Journal for Social Justice.

Marina previously worked as an immigration law clerk where she represented indigent clients from Central America obtaining a legal pathway to citizenship.

Before joining the Houk Law Firm, Marina explored her political passions by working as a Political Compliance Specialist where she helped elect top Arizona officials. She has been the head of fundraising for a successful Congressional campaign and has also worked as an independent legal contractor a local law firm representing clients with employment and labor matters.

Marina serves on the board of the Welcome to American Project. She loves fashion, travel, and can usually be found at a protest on the weekends.

Houk Law Firm
Marina Kovacevic

In the course of her career, Marina has fought for civil rights through legal and political advocacy.

As a child, Marina immigrated to the US as a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and went on to graduate from Arizona State University (ASU). She received her JD from ASUs Sandra Day O Connor College of Law with the highest honor distinction for pro bono service. As an ASU student, Marina volunteered with the Human Rights Campaign and Amnesty International, interned with the ACLU and the Arizona Justice Project, participated in ASU's immigration clinic, and served as Executive Manager of the Law Journal for Social Justice.

Marina previously worked as an immigration law clerk where she represented indigent clients from Central America obtaining a legal pathway to citizenship.

Before joining the Houk Law Firm, Marina explored her political passions by working as a Political Compliance Specialist where she helped elect top Arizona officials. She has been the head of fundraising for a successful Congressional campaign and has also worked as an independent legal contractor a local law firm representing clients with employment and labor matters.

Marina serves on the board of the Welcome to American Project. She loves fashion, travel, and can usually be found at a protest on the weekends.

Firm Overview

WE SERVE EMPLOYEES, EXECUTIVES, AND EMPLOYERS WITH ADVICE AND LITIGATION SUPPORT.
The firm's philosophy of practicing law is to change the world one case at a time. The firm believes that aiming to deliver just results in every case builds a better society. The goal is to provide excellent representation as efficiently as possible.

Main Office

Main Office
1050 East Southern Ave
Tempe , AZ 85282

Phone

(480) 569-2377

Fees
Office Information
Office Hours

Mon.-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm

Office Manager

James Montanez

Languages Spoken

English Spanish

Houk Law Firm
Chris Houk

Since 2005, Chris Houk has focused on defending the rights of Arizona workers, managers, and employers. From small town discrimination cases all the way to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Chris has fought time and again to make sure that you are treated fairly with the dignity and respect you deserve.

Chris has worked for the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney Generals Office and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ), giving him unique insight into Arizona laws and regulations.

Chris, his wife, and three children are active members of the Arizona and Metro Phoenix communities.

Chris serves on the Human Relations and Compensation Committee of the National Board of United Cerebral Palsy, the Diocese of Phoenix Finance Council, the board of the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association, the Ethics & Sanctions Committee of the National Employment Lawyers Association, is active with the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Arizonas Labor and Employment Section, and is a Fellow with the American Bar Foundation.

Houk Law Firm
Chris Houk

Since 2005, Chris Houk has focused on defending the rights of Arizona workers, managers, and employers. From small town discrimination cases all the way to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, Chris has fought time and again to make sure that you are treated fairly with the dignity and respect you deserve.

Chris has worked for the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney Generals Office and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ( EEOC ), giving him unique insight into Arizona laws and regulations.

Chris, his wife, and three children are active members of the Arizona and Metro Phoenix communities.

Chris serves on the Human Relations and Compensation Committee of the National Board of United Cerebral Palsy, the Diocese of Phoenix Finance Council, the board of the Arizona Employment Lawyers Association, the Ethics & Sanctions Committee of the National Employment Lawyers Association, is active with the Labor and Employment Section of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Arizonas Labor and Employment Section, and is a Fellow with the American Bar Foundation.

Houk Law Firm
Marina Kovacevic

In the course of her career, Marina has fought for civil rights through legal and political advocacy.

As a child, Marina immigrated to the US as a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and went on to graduate from Arizona State University (ASU). She received her JD from ASUs Sandra Day O Connor College of Law with the highest honor distinction for pro bono service. As an ASU student, Marina volunteered with the Human Rights Campaign and Amnesty International, interned with the ACLU and the Arizona Justice Project, participated in ASU's immigration clinic, and served as Executive Manager of the Law Journal for Social Justice.

Marina previously worked as an immigration law clerk where she represented indigent clients from Central America obtaining a legal pathway to citizenship.

Before joining the Houk Law Firm, Marina explored her political passions by working as a Political Compliance Specialist where she helped elect top Arizona officials. She has been the head of fundraising for a successful Congressional campaign and has also worked as an independent legal contractor a local law firm representing clients with employment and labor matters.

Marina serves on the board of the Welcome to American Project. She loves fashion, travel, and can usually be found at a protest on the weekends.

Houk Law Firm
Marina Kovacevic

In the course of her career, Marina has fought for civil rights through legal and political advocacy.

As a child, Marina immigrated to the US as a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and went on to graduate from Arizona State University (ASU). She received her JD from ASUs Sandra Day O Connor College of Law with the highest honor distinction for pro bono service. As an ASU student, Marina volunteered with the Human Rights Campaign and Amnesty International, interned with the ACLU and the Arizona Justice Project, participated in ASU's immigration clinic, and served as Executive Manager of the Law Journal for Social Justice.

Marina previously worked as an immigration law clerk where she represented indigent clients from Central America obtaining a legal pathway to citizenship.

Before joining the Houk Law Firm, Marina explored her political passions by working as a Political Compliance Specialist where she helped elect top Arizona officials. She has been the head of fundraising for a successful Congressional campaign and has also worked as an independent legal contractor a local law firm representing clients with employment and labor matters.

Marina serves on the board of the Welcome to American Project. She loves fashion, travel, and can usually be found at a protest on the weekends.

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