Over the past thirty years, Carlos Ronstadt has represented clients in a variety of natural resource matters, including the evaluation, acquisition, disposition and utilization of all types of water rights.

He has also worked on numerous public land projects such as the conservation of 9,000 acres of wetlands and wildlife habitat in Coconino National Forest, and passage of the Northern Arizona Land Exchange and Verde River Basin Partnership Act of 2005.

He has helped real estate developers secure 100-year assured or adequate water supplies, and has lobbied on behalf of mining companies, farmers and ranchers for proposed state and federal legislation.

As a fifth-generation Arizonan, Carlos has a great love for his state, its history and its people.

In 1975, Carlos earned his undergraduate degree in hydrology from the University of Arizona, and then worked for an engineering firm on numerous water matters in Arizona and New Mexico before going to law school, also at the University of Arizona. He has been a member of the Arizona Bar since 1982 and listed in Best Lawyers since 1995.