About Us

Brent J. Kleinman, Esq.

Brent Kleinman earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from the Phoenix School of Law in 2010. Mr. Kleinman opened his own practice upon admission to the Arizona State Bar in 2011.

Brent has been an active member of the Maricopa County Bar Association and American Bar Association. This spring he has just been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Division for the Maricopa Bar and is also the Chair of the Law Practice Management Section of the Young Lawyers Division of the ABA. Brent is licensed to practice in the state courts of Arizona and also the Arizona District of the U.S. Federal Court.

Brent moved to Phoenix in 1990 and now considers himself a “near-native”. It helps that he did marry a Phoenix native. Brent has been married since 1994 and enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Kathi and their family. Together they enjoy raising their children (3 great dogs) and helping different charitable organizations in Phoenix.

Brent is also currently licensed as a Realtor with Capstone Realty Professionals, helping clients with their residential and commercial needs. Brent has a job history that spans almost all positions in the hospitality industry. He plans on using this background to assist his clients in opening and operating successful businesses within the hospitality industry.

Megan D. Scott

Megan began her career with the Kleinman Law Firm after compiling a distinguished record of leadership and academic achievement at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she received her Juris Doctorate in 2012 and completed mediation training at the Lodestar Mediation Clinic – an integral component of the nationally recognized Lodestar Alternative Dispute Resolution Program.

During her law school career, Megan was on the team that founded the Sports and Entertainment Law Journal in 2010. She served as President of Volunteer Legal Assistance for Artists, an organization that she continues to be involved with today as the Executive Director while it makes its transition from a student pro bono organization to a formal 501(c)(3).

Megan was also a member of the Executive Moot Court Board and an avid moot court competitor, competing in international competitions from Malibu to Manhattan. When she was not competing or leading Megan volunteered her time to the Advocacy Program Against Domestic Violence (APADV), the Homeless Legal Assistance Project (HLAP), and Wills for Heroes. Megan also served as a Travel Grant Reviewer for the Graduate Professional Student Association (GPSA).

Megan externed at the Arizona Superior Court and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, and clerked with two private law firms as well.

Prior to law school, Megan worked for the Arizona Attorney General’s Office as the Executive Assistant and Scheduler for Attorney General Terry Goddard prior to being promoted to Constituent Services Manager where she managed multiple legal interns and coordinated all public records requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).