Benjamin Mills is an associate in the firm’s commercial litigation practice group. During law school, Benjamin had a broad variety of learning opportunities, including most notably working with federal judges, gaining invaluable experience at a variety of law firms, and serving as a teacher’s assistant in the then-fifth-ranked legal writing program in the nation. After law school, Benjamin had the privilege of clerking for two excellent jurists: the Honorable Judge David N. Mortensen at the Utah Court of Appeals and the Honorable Chief Judge David C. Nye at the United States District Court for the District of Idaho.
Since the completion of his judicial clerkships, Benjamin has had the privilege of representing clients in a broad variety of complex matters. Although he has a range of experience in different matters, Benjamin’s practice involves an emphasis on property disputes, real estate litigation, and land use matters. Benjamin has represented clients in a broad variety of such disputes, including eminent domain, inverse condemnation, various easements, quiet title, lien disputes, permit disputes, landlord-tenant issues, REPC lawsuits, development disputes, trespass and nuisance claims, chain-of-title disputes, and land use disputes.
Benjamin draws from his diverse background of legal experience and his passion for every case to meet his clients’ needs in a variety of contexts.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2019)
Order of the Coif
National Order of Barristers
Highest Distinction of Pro Bono Service Award
CALI Award, Amateur Sports Law
Willard H. Pedrick Scholar
Arizona State Law Journal
University of Utah (B.A., Economics & Certificate of Criminology, cum laude, 2016)
Rugby Team Captain
USA Rugby Collegiate All-American & Academic All-American
Federal Bar Association, Utah Chapter
Idaho State Bar
Utah State Bar
Appellate Section - Secretary/Treasurer of the Board