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He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1985 (Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction), where he was admitted to the academic honorary society Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated from California Western School of Law in 1989 (Juris Doctorate Cum Laude). He served as an editor of the California Western...
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John Trebon is a certified specialist in criminal law by the State Bar of Arizona. He began his career as a state public defender in...
Most recently, Karen served as Chief Counsel for the Arizona Attorney General’s Education Unit, where she represented Arizona’s state education-related agencies and officials. She also worked in the Attorney General’s Agency Counsel Section, representing state agencies in matters ranging...
Tony attended Cal Poly S.L.O on a full ride athletic scholarship. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology and double minors in Business and Psychology. Tony scored in the top ninetieth percentile on his law school entrance exam. He attended law school at Indiana University on a merit scholarship and graduated with honors
Tony began his law practice in downtown Chicago where he worked...
Most recently, Rob was General Counsel to the Arizona House of Representatives, where he advised the majority caucus leadership on innumerable legal issues and policy decisions. Before that, he served as Solicitor General for the State of Arizona; as Chief Counsel...
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