PHOENIX—Arizona native, Heather J. Boysel, has become the first female managing partner of Gammage & Burnham, the Arizona law firm established in 1983 by Grady Gammage, Jr., Richard Burnham and Michael King. She joins an elite circle of female managing partners at Arizona law firms and, at 37, is one of the youngest.
As managing partner, Heather will focus on supporting practice group leaders as they advance client service priorities and continuing to expand the talented group of lawyers that currently make up Gammage & Burnham.
Heather was elected as the firm’s managing partner and succeeds Tim Martens, who is retiring. Tim served as the firm’s managing partner since 2015.
In addition to her new leadership responsibilities, Heather will maintain her own practice, which focuses on commercial litigation with an emphasis in the healthcare field as well as other commercial matters.