December 2016 Masters Candidate in Climate Science and Solutions Program at Northern Arizona University
Successfully completed MOOC coursework in The Age of Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Negotiations and International Business through Coursera and the SDSN (Sustainable Development Solutions Network of the United Nations)
Capable written advocate and former law review staff editor
* Experienced trial lawyer * NGO legal team leader
*Chair and faculty leader of almost 15 statewide seminars *Advocated in different cultural settings and courts
Advocate in the resolution of vast array of civil disputes
Advise health care providers as to requirements of privacy laws, liability impacts along state and federal requirements imposed upon licensed providers
Led and mentored teams of young lawyers in successful litigation
Led team of legal professionals from four countries during sabbatical to South Asia city of 16 million people
Prepared training for prosecutors in urban environment to combat human trafficking and oversee development of legal documents to support these efforts
Mentored South Asia advocate to assume responsibilities for overseeing the NGO legal department in urban environment following departure in 2011
Represented persons charged with crimes in federal and state court as private counsel in vast array of cases from drug possession to homicide
Represented interests of indigent individuals in litigation, including five state and federal class suits challenging policies which adversely affected clients
Spanish, level of proficiency: conversational. Pursued coursework at Universidad Internacional in Curernavaca, Mexico for fifteen days in both June, 2014 and June, 2015 while living with a local family in an immersion program.
"For Earth Day, Use Market Power," Op-Ed, with Claire Herrick and Shawn Newell, April 14, 2015, Arizona Daily Sun, http://azdailysun.com/news/opinion/columnists/for-earth-day-use-market-power-to-fight-warming/article_2c2b6f9a-6ac8-5d16-850b-ff5890efb477.html
*"Justice on Tribal Lands Still Elusive," May, 2013, Arizona Attorney Magazine, http://www.azattorneymag-digital.com/azattorneymag/201305/?pg=79#pg79
*Active Status within State Bar of Arizona, State Bar of California and Navajo Nation.
*Currently serving as a board member of the Board of Legal Specialization for Arizona and previously served as a chair of the Committee on Character and Fitness of the Supreme Court of Arizona.
*Volunteer work includes training of advocates in Thailand (August 2008) and the Philippines ( February 2014); "tabling" for Flagstaff Citizens Climate Lobby
*Co-chaired approximately 15 seminars for the State Bar of Arizona and have served as faculty for the Arizona College of Trial Advocacy on three occasions.
*Served as guest lecturer for a class on human trafficking with the National College of Juridical Sciences (law college) in Kolkata, India in February, 2011.
*Presently editing a deskbook for injury litigation for the State Bar of Arizona. The book was first published in 2002.
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