NewLAWu.s. has announced that Micah Larripa has joined with the firm as an attorney to practice in the areas of real estate, business and military/veterans law.  NewLAWu.s. is a national law firm dedicated to providing the highest quality work and service delivered by exceptional attorneys who choose an alternative business model to the traditional practice of law, removing the economic burden of overhead and fixed salaries.

“NewLAWu.s. provides a framework to practice law that is ideal for me,” said Mr. Larripa. “My 11 years of military service has prepared me well for this new business model, which requires its attorneys to approach the law from multiple angles and to be self-motivated, highly analytical and disciplined. Its thrilling to be on the front line of a solution that harnesses the most advanced technology and pairs the talents of the best attorneys with alternative fee arrangements to deliver the highest levels of quality work. It’s a win-win for attorneys and clients alike.”

Mr. Larripa attended ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor Law School with a Marine Corps Funded Legal Education Program (FLEP) Scholarship. Prior to serving as a Judge Advocate with the United States Marine Corps, he completed two combat deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He commanded a rifle platoon in the Al Anbar Province from 2004-05, and an assault amphibian vehicle (AAV) platoon in Fallujah during 2006. Captain Larripa also served as an AAV company commander, and as the executive officer for Recruiting Station Phoenix. He provides pro bono legal services to Homeless Legal Assistance Project in support of Victory Place, a homeless veterans’ shelter in Phoenix, AZ.