Paul A. Loucks
Paul A. Loucks
Paul A. Loucks joined Mesch Clark & Rothschild in 2006, and is a Partner practicing principally in the firm's Construction and Business Sections, but also practices real estate and government law, including procurement law.
In addition to being licensed to practice in all Arizona courts, he
is also licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
A native of Salinas, California, Paul received his BS in Physics from the University of Nevada in 1993.
He subsequently worked for Lockheed Analytical Systems as an Analytical Chemist in Nevada and as a Chemist in the mining industry in Tucson, Arizona.
Paul graduated from the University of Arizona School of Law in 1999.
Prior to joining Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, he worked in private practice and the public sector as a Law Clerk for the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two, and as a Deputy Pima County Attorney.
was nominated by the Metropolitan Pima Alliance
for a 2006 Common Ground Award in Public Projects as part of the team which developed the Corona de Tucson Wastewater Treatment Plan Expansion Plan.
Paul sits on the Board of Directors of the El Rio Health Center Foundation, which supports the El Rio Community Health Center.
He has served on the Boards of other non-profit organizations, including Handi-Dogs, Inc., and has worked with neglected families and foster children for many years.