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Andrew W Gould

was appointed to the Arizona Supreme Court in 2017 after serving 5 years on Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals. Prior to his appointment to the Court of Appeals, Justice Gould spent 11 years as a Judge of the Superior Court in Yuma County, where he served as both Associate Presiding Judge and Presiding Judge. He received his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law in 1990. He began his legal career in Phoenix, Arizona, practicing in the field of civil litigation. In 1994, he became a Deputy County Attorney, prosecuting major criminal cases for Yuma and Maricopa Counties. He served as Chief Civil Deputy for the Yuma County Attorney’s Office from 1999-2001. Justice Gould has previously served on the Arizona Supreme Court Commission on Technology, as the President of the Arizona Judges’ Association, and has taught at the Judicial Conference and New Judge Orientations. Justice Gould currently sits as the Chair on the Committee on Judicial Ethics and Training and as a member of the Glendale Judicial Selection Board. (10/2017)

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Religious Liberty at the Supreme Court - A Review of the Court’s Most Recent Religious Liberty Cases

Total Credits: 1 CLE

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Apr 10, 2024

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