In April, attorney Isaac Rothschild was named one of BizTucson’s NextGen 2021 Leaders.
Isaac Rothschild is a shareholder who practices in the bankruptcy section of Mesch Clark Rothschild. Since joining MCR in 2009, Rothschild has been active in the firm’s bankruptcy section as co-counsel in some of the most significant reorganization cases in Arizona, and has represented trustees, secured insurance companies and local banks in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and collection actions. His practice also focuses on asset protection planning and pre-bankruptcy planning.
Isaac is a native of Tucson and represents the third generation in his family to pursue the practice of law. He graduated from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in 2007, where he was a staff writer for the Arizona Law Review. Prior to joining Mesch Clark Rothschild in 2009, he was a Law Clerk for Federal District Court Judge Raner Collins for two years.
Isaac is active in several nonprofits, including serving as chair of the Arts for All board, whose programs are designed to provide a quality art focus for children, youth and adults with and without disabilities. He is one of the founders of the Tucson Jazz Festival and Tucson Young Tax Professionals and is the immediate past chair of the Tucson Jewish Community Center. He is also active with the Community Foundation of Southern Arizona.
Isaac has also donated his time and talent to Wills for Heroes, where he prepared wills for Tucson firefighters and police officers. He served on the executive committee for the bankruptcy section of the State Bar of Arizona and currently serves as a Ninth Circuit lawyer representative. Isaac has been recognized for his pro bono service and was named a 2020 Outstanding Volunteer of the Month Award recipient by the Southern Arizona Legal Aid’s Volunteer Lawyers Program.
Isaac told BizTucson that education, arts and culture are critical for the future. He wants to see “a community that uses its resources to create and support opportunities for children, individuals, businesses and institutions to pursue their goals and constantly striving to improve our education system and arts and culture activities,” he says.
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