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 Benjamin Rundall

Court Admissions

  • Arizona State Courts

  • Federal District Court of Arizona

  • Gila River Indian Community Court

  • Hualapai Tribal Court

Professional Memberships

  • American Association for Justice

  • American Bar Association

  • Arizona Bar Association

  • Arizona Association for Justice

  • Maricopa County Bar Association

  • Native American Bar Association of Arizona

Professional Activities

  • Member - Museum & Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Mesa

  • Member at Large - Arizona State Bar, Indian Law Section Executive Council


  • Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University

    • Juris Doctor

    • Indian Legal Program

  • Arizona State University

    • Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Anthropology

    • Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Political Science

Awards & Honors

  • Order of the Barristers

  • ​National Appellate Advocacy Competition
  • CALI Excellence Award, Legal Writing
  • Negotiations Champion 
  • Jenckes, Semi-Finalist

A long time Arizona resident, Ben went to high school in Arizona (Gilbert High School) and obtained his law degree from Arizona State University (Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law). From the outset of his legal career, Ben has focused his energy on representing the "little guy." From seriously injured clients battling dug-in insurance companies (and their lawyers); to small businesses unfairly bullied by their larger adversaries, and finally, to citizens wronged by their own government, Ben has consistently stood up for the "Davids" of the world against their "Goliaths."

In addition to his civil litigation and trial work, Ben also practices in the areas of Medical Liens and Federal Indian Law/Tribal Law. Ben has successfully reduced or defeated six-figure liens on behalf of his clients and prides himself on holding insurance companies and medical providers accountable for their charges to patients/clients. As an indigenous rights proponent, Ben is also proud to represent both individual and tribal interests in state and tribal courts across Arizona. Ben works hard to make sure that the rights of tribes and tribal members are understood, preserved, and protected.

Ben is currently a member of the Executive Council of the State Bar's Indian Legal Section and serves on the Museum and Cultural Advisory Board for the City of Mesa.