About the Attorneys
Below you will learn about the lawyers of Goering,
Roberts, Rubin, Brogna, Enos & Treadwell-Rubin,
P.C., our experience and ability. You will also
learn something about our history and dedication
to the practice of law, our service to our clients,
and our commitment to the community and state
in which we live.
We would like the opportunity to serve your legal
needs. We hope that you will agree that the lawyers
of Goering, Roberts, Rubin, Brogna, Enos &
Treadwell-Rubin, P.C. are uniquely qualified to
provide for those needs.
Since admission to the State Bar of Arizona
in 1975, he has dedicated his career to the
defense of all manner of liability litigation
in both State and Federal Courts. Throughout
his career, Scott has handled virtually every
sort of litigation, and his reputation for
thorough and aggressive trial preparation
and presentation have earned him the respect
of both the bench and bar throughout Arizona...
||Howard T. Roberts, Jr.
Tom served as an Assistant Attorney General involved
in the investigation of the land fraud and real
estate corruption for which Arizona became notorious
in the 1970s. Since 1976, he has focused his career
on the defense of liability litigation with special
emphasis on commercial, real estate and related
matters. His negotiating skills and reputation for
accurate case evaluation have resulted in Tom being
asked to serve as private mediator by both the defense
and plaintiffs bars, and his many years of service
as a member of the Volunteer Lawyer Program Board
of Directors led to his selection as Volunteer Lawyer
of the Year in 1998...
William L. Rubin
Bill was born in Brooklyn, New York, and joined
our firm in 1985. His experience, skills, and
professionalism quickly earned him membership
in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
In 1995, his reputation for toughness and the
highest ethical standards resulted in his selection
by the Supreme Court of Arizona for service on
the Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission, one
of the most prestigious appointments. Bill was
chair of the Commission in 2000-2001, and is also
a past president of the Tucson Defense Bar, and
Tucson's ABOTA chapter. He is a Prime Member of
the Association of Defense Trial Attorneys (ADTA),
selected as the single representative of defense
excellence for the Tucson community... [read more]
Christopher L. Enos
Chris was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona
in 1992 and came to the firm after a short and
successful period with the Pima County Attorney's
Office, honing his litigation skills in the process.
With a superior understanding of people and a
strong common sense approach to the facts, Chris
has handled cases involving auto liability, civil
rights litigation, dram shop liability, environmental
issues, and employment law. Chris's willingness
and ability to handle tough matters on short notice
has earned him selection as the Pro Bono Attorney
of the Month and Lifesaver of the Year by the
Volunteer Lawyer Program...
Pam is our newest partner and is an experienced
Workers' Compensation and litigation attorney. Born
in Arlington, Texas, Pam began her career as a prosecutor
in the Pima County Attorney's Office. In 1993 she
moved into the private sector, ultimately becoming
a partner at Moeller, Gage & Treadwell-Rubin.
Pam's dedication to her community is unparalleled:
she sits as a Judge Pro Tem of the Pima County Superior
Court, she served as an elected member of the Arizona
State Bar Board of Governors, and she was elected
President of the State Bar of Arizona in 2003, the
youngest woman ever to serve in that capacity, and
only the fourth woman overall...
Joining the firm
in September of 2005, Kristin was not new to litigation,
as she had served as an Assistant Attorney General
since April, 2000. Her duties have taken her to
both State and Federal Courts. Kristin's abilities
go well beyond the courtroom setting - she is
a superior legal issue analyst and legal writer.
She spent her undergraduate years at the E.W.
Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University,
graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of
Science Degree in Journalism in 1994. She has
served as a volunteer instructor on civil liability
at the Pima County Juvenile Court Detention Officer
Training Academy, and was selected as the 2001
Public Lawyer of the Year by the Volunteer Lawyer
Carmine A. Brogna
Carmine retired from the firm in 2006. [read more]