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July 12th marks the birthday of Jonathan “Jamie” Schubert. At the age of 41, Jamie passed away. He had his own law practice, served as a judge pro tem and was a member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association. His parents, Roy and Lynn Schubert, knew that Jamie had a passion for justice. They established the Jonathan Schubert Memorial with the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education. Funds from the memorial assist with loan assistance programs for public service attorneys, LawForKids.org programs, supporting agencies who provide legal aid and scholarships for Sandra Day O’Connor Law School students.
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The Arizona Attorney General's Office has made funding available to offer legal assistance to many Arizonans hurting from the foreclosure crisis that swept our nation over the last several years. for more information about services that are available, please follow the link in the the title above.
Having practiced fifty years at the Bar, Neal has more than demonstrated is "adherence to the highest principles and traditions of our profession." Neal has given of his time and talents to a host of community philanthropic organizations and been directly responsible for influencing in excess of $150 million to come to those organizations. However, to those who know best, Neal has not only been prodigious fundraiser for charity, but even more importantly, a mentor and wise counsel to those in charge of various charities.
Ms. Wellborn has volunteered her time, knowledge, energy and love for the legal system to benefit the Lake Havasu High School?s Mock Trial Program and Mohave County Probation Departments Teen Court Program for the last 5 years. Heather?s love and passion for the legal system shines through, as she dedicates 2 to 3 nights a week for two hours at a time teaching high school students.
Since 1991, Anne has been with Arizona Center for Disability Law, where she represents children and adult with disabilities in obtaining necessary and appropriate medical and mental health services. She is the attorney representing the class of children entitled to Medicaid-funded mental health services in J.K. v. Eden and the class of adults with serious mental illness in Arnold v. Sarn which did not reach a final resolution until this year.