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We the People Summer Institute

We the People Summer Institute

During the week of June 13-17, 2017, thirty-one Arizona educators and 10 New Mexico educators attended the Arizona We the People Summer Institute held at the Arizona Capitol. Participants engaged in activities that would enable them to provided quality civic education to their students. Content knowledge was delivered through esteemed constitutional scholars that included Chief Justice Scott Bales, Judge Murray Snow, Dr. Brian Dille, Arizona State University Professor Catherine O’Donnell, and Matt Binford, Esq.

Hon. Peter Cahill named Walter E Craig Awardee

Hon. Peter Cahill named Walter E Craig Awardee

On June 16th, Judge Peter Cahill was honored for a lifetime of professionalism with the highest principles and service to the community.

16 youth creates App to Help Students pass Civics Test

16 youth creates App to Help Students pass Civics Test

In Arizona, students are required to pass a test modeled after the citizenship test in order to graduate from high school. 16 year old student Riley Danler decided to help students by creating a trivia based app based on actual questions from the test!

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Looking to do Pro Bono?

Looking to do Pro Bono?

We have partnered with many entities in Arizona to best compile all the pro bono opportunities available. Want to take a case? The agencies to work with are listed here. Want to write an article? We have a calendar of Guest Writer opportunities for you to view!

Are You A Veteran Looking for Legal Help?

Are You A Veteran Looking for Legal Help?

Visit www.LawforVeterans.org for resources and information.

Become a FOUNDING Next Generation Fellow

Become a FOUNDING Next Generation Fellow

In 1978, the Founding Fellows began the Arizona Bar Foundation. Today the next generation is called to action

Be Forever Memorialized as one of the Next Generation Founding Fellows


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Remembering "Jamie" Schubert

Remembering

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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