New Members Appointed to Arizona Bar Foundation's Board of Directors

May 30, 2002
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May 30, 2002 (PHOENIX) – The Arizona Bar Foundation has nine new members on its Board of Directors. These leaders will continue to strengthen the Foundation’s commitment to providing law-related education and access to free legal services throughout Arizona.

The Foundation’s mission is to promote access to justice for all Arizonans. The Board of Directors has a total of 19 members, which include both attorneys and members of the public.

New Board of Director members:

Paul Brinkmann – Partner with Shorall Stevens McGoldrick & Brinkmann

Diane Dick – Associate with Benefit Concepts, Inc.

Mark Larson – Chief Litigation Counsel, Honeywell Aerospace

Christopher Littlefield – Senior V.P. and General Counsel, The Dial Corporation

Mark Manoil – Shareholder with Tiffany & Bosco, P.A.

Alan Matheson – Professor and former Dean at A.S.U. College of Law

Deborah Morgaina – Owner of Avalon Office Organization and Management Consulting

Hon. Maurice Portley – Judge, Maricopa County Superior Court

Gary Restaino – Assistant Attorney General, State of Arizona

Each of the new members has been appointed to serve three-year terms.

About the Arizona Bar Foundation
The Arizona Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the State Bar of Arizona, plays a leading role in preparing Arizona youth for civic responsibility. The Foundation educates more than 100,000 Arizona children by training teachers, school resource officers, and probation officers about our laws, justice system and the foundations of democracy. It is also the center of, America’s first Web site dedicated to teaching students about the law. The Foundation also grants funds to non-profit organizations that provide free legal assistance to the poor so all people in Arizona can have a voice in our justice system.