The Rothstein, Donatelli, Hughes, Dahlstrom, Schoenburg, & Bienvenu LLP law firm was established in 1976. The Santa Fe office was opened in 1976 by Robert Rothstein. In 1991, the Arizona office was opened by Eric N. Dahlstrom, specializing in Indian Law. Peter Schoenburg, practicing criminal defense, opened the Albuquerque office in 1993.
The Santa Fe office is home to partners Robert R. Rothstein, Mark H. Donatelli, Richard W. Hughes, and John C. Bienvenu. Sarah Bennett, of-counsel, practices family law in the Santa Fe office. The partners leading the Tempe, Arizona practice are Eric N. Dahlstrom and Denten D. Robinson. The Albuquerque office is led by partners Peter Schoenburg, Carolyn "Cammie" Nichols and Marc M. Lowry.
The firm specializes in criminal defense; complex civil and commercial litigation, including civil rights, police misconduct; catastrophic injury and wrongful death; Indian law, including gaming, contract and transactional matters, economic development, natural resources and water law; employment and discrimination law, and family law.
The firm is privileged to have working with us an associate attorney group diverse in background and experience. They are, in Santa Fe, Donna M. Connolly, Kristina E. Martinez and Morgan E. Honeycutt; in Albuquerque, Brendan K. Egan, Evan P. Woodward and Maggie H. Lane; and in Tempe, April Erin Olson and Jaclyn R. Johnson.
Our attorneys are supported by top-quality, well-trained paralegals. That group consists of: in Santa Fe, Lynne Stroud, Richard Martinez (Investigator), and Kara Herrmann; in Albuquerque, Debi Shoemaker, M. Esther Lopez and Daniel Berg. We could not produce the high-quality results our clients expect without the assistance of this invaluable team.
We serve clients nationwide.
Our firm administrator is Jill W. Dillon. She can be reached at email@example.com.