2016 Trial College Graduates

The Arizona College of Trial Advocacy wrapped up its twelfth consecutive year on Saturday, August 6, adding 36 graduates to its roll. The emphasis of the College is on the student's preparation and presentation of a civil case, from the beginning of the trial to the closing argument. The first four days included small group presentations and exercises on direct and cross examinations, opening and closing statements, and voir dire. The College concluded with a mock trial in Superior Court.

Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Kanani Anderson - Pascua Yaqui Legal Services Josephine Bidwill
Edward Booker - Liberty & Associates PC C. Kyle Brown - Loose Brown & Associates PC
Heather Bushor - Jones Skelton & Hochuli PLC Jason Clark - Lang & Klain PC
Jessica Dorvinen Matthew du Mee - Office of the Attorney General
Angela Enholm Andrew Gartman - Robbins & Curtin PLLC
Cari Gerchick - Law Office of Cari M. Gerchick PLC       Jessica Graves - MyersStrickland PLLC
Baird Greene - Office of the Tucson City Attorney  Whitney Harvey - Jones Skelton & Hochuli PLC
Jack Hirsch Lawton Jackson - Philips Law Group PC
Brandon Lebovitz - AJ Law PLC Alan Mooshekh - Resnick & Louis PC
Peter Morey - Office of Legal Advocate Zachary Mushkatel - Mushkatel Robbins & Becker PLLC
Kelli Olson - Pima County Attorney's Office Charles Piccuta - Piccuta Law Group LLP
Deborah Rohrbacher - American Family Insurance Chad Shatz - Phillips Law Group PC
Zaheer Shah - Shah and Associates Kyle Shelton - Shah and Associates
Stanley Silas - Community Legal Services Andrea Soto
James Standring - JR Standring, Attorney at Law Erik Stone - Jones Skelton & Hochuli PLC
Craig Waugh - Polsinelli PC Scott Weiner - Nussbaum Gillis & Dinner PC
Karly White Robert Womack - Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC
Monique Young Gregory Zamora - Debus Kazan & Westerhausen LTD














Special thanks go to this year's faculty of experienced lawyers and judges. 

What have participants said about the College?

    • This CLE is worth its weight in gold.
    • It is the best, most practical way to improve your trial skills absent going to trial.
    • This is a great training ground for lawyers new to trial work.
    • The faculty is top notch.
    • Incredibly helpful critique from faculty to help you develop your individual style.
    • Lawyer boot camp - everyone should attend.
    • JUST DO IT!

The 2017 College runs from August 1 through August 5. Make plans now to attend.

If you have any questions, please contact the program executive director, Hon. Rebecca Albrecht at Rebecca.Albrecht@azbar.org.

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