James N. Hanson
Construction attorney Jamie Hanson is a former Chief Counsel for the Arizona Registrar of Contractors.
Jamie Hanson began his legal career in 2011, serving a one-year appointment as a judicial clerk to Judge Peter B. Swann of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
He joined Lang & Klain in 2012 and gained extensive experience in construction litigation and in representing contractors and subcontractors in licensing and complaint matters
before the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC). In 2015 he left our firm to accept a position at the ROC as its Chief Counsel, returning to Lang & Klain in 2017.
Before entering the legal profession, James taught Latin at Veritas Preparatory Academy in Phoenix.
Chief Counsel, Arizona Registrar of Contractors,
State Bar of
Arizona: Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section, Construction Law
Maricopa County Bar Association
Scottsdale Bar Association
Southwest Business Credit Services
Judicial Clerk, Honorable Peter B. Swann, Arizona Court
of Appeals, 2011-2012
U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona,
Registrar of Contractors Proceedings” (chapter
co-author), Arizona Construction Law Practice Manual, 3rd Ed. 2016, State Bar of
Rule Changes Appear to Benefit Contractors, November 2017
Releases New Contractor's License Applications, October 2017
Employee Misuse of Confidential
Information, December 2014
Worker Lawsuits a
New Threat to Employers in Wage & Hour Claims, December 2013
List: Not Necessarily a Trade Secret, November 2013
J.D., cum laude, Arizona State University, 2011:
Arizona State Law Journal; Pedrick Scholar
M.A., English Literature, Arizona State University, 2011
B.A., Thomas Aquinas College, 2002