Deana S. Peck

Adjunct Professor of Law

Deana Peck previously practiced as a commercial litigation partner at Quarles & Brady LLP in Phoenix. Her practice focused on class actions and defense of antitrust, securities, consumer and civil racketeering litigation. Over the course of her practice, she represented clients in over a dozen class actions of various types. For example, she represented a national accounting firm in a nationwide class action alleging securities and civil racketeering claims; defended a national network marketing company in a class action brought under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act; and represented an investment banking firm and its mortgage banking subsidiary in various nationwide class actions challenging mortgage servicing practices.

She is a former Co-Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation’s Class Actions and Derivative Suits Committee and has served on the faculty for a number of class action programs presented by the ABA Section of Litigation.  She is listed in Best Lawyers in America® (Antitrust Law, Commercial Litigation).

Assistant: Sonja Quinones

B.A., Wichita State University (1970)

J.D., University of Kansas School of Law (1975)