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undefinedR. Samuel Ehlers

Senior Associate

Nevada & Utah
Tel: (702) 475-7964
Direct: (702) 475-7978

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R. Samuel Ehlers was admitted to the Nevada Bar in 2005, admitted to the Utah Bar in 2006, and has been with Wright, Finlay & Zak since 2012. While in law school, Mr. Ehlers placed fourth in best team oral arguments in the Moot Court competition. Mr. Ehlers has worked in the mortgage banking industry since 2005. Mr. Ehlers specializes in mortgage/banking, commercial litigation and commercial landlord/tenant litigation. He regularly practices in state and federal courts in Nevada and Utah. Mr. Ehlers served a LDS mission in Germany and is fluent in German. He is happily married and has two wonderful daughters.


  • University of Utah (B.A., History, cum laude, 2002)
  • S.J. Quinney College of Law (J.D., 2005)

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