Sean Moynihan

Sean’s practice covers all aspects of community association law, including general legal advice, governing document review and preparation, enforcement and defense litigation, and Fair Housing issues. In addition to his work with planned communities and condominiums, Sean also specializes in advising housing cooperatives and the unique legal issues those communities face. Other areas of his practice include residential and commercial landlord/tenant law, nonprofit corporate law, and employment law, including the defense of workplace discrimination claims. Sean has practiced since his admission to the Arizona State Bar in 2016.

Sean is a lifelong Tucson local. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Arizona’s undergraduate program and magna cum laude from the University’s James E. Rogers College of Law. During his time at the College of Law, Sean was an editor and published writer for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law.

Sean currently serves as a Board member for the Young Lawyers Division of the Pima County Bar Association and volunteers with local programs such as Lawyers for Literacy. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and their two dogs, getting out in the fresh Tucson air, and cheering on his beloved Arizona Wildcats and Boston Celtics.

Bar Admissions:
U.S. District Court, Arizona

University of Arizona, BA in Philosophy
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, JD

Professional Memberships:
Community Associations Institute
Arizona Association of Community Managers
Tucson Defense Bar
State Bar of Arizona
Pima County Bar Association

  • Young Lawyer’s Division Board Member