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April Phillips Elliott

Executive Director

Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct

April P. Elliott currently serves as the Executive Director of the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct and the Staff Director for the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee, and she previously served as the Commission’s Disciplinary Counsel. Ms. Elliott was a judge on the Pinal County Superior Court from 2005 – 2006, and she served as a pro tem judge for both Pinal County Superior Courts and Justice Courts from 2002 to 2005. Before becoming a judge, Ms. Elliott was in private practice for ten years in Casa Grande, Arizona, handling a variety of case types. Following her service on the bench, she spent almost eight years with the Pinal County Public Defender’s Office until she joined the Commission in October 2014.  She received both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Arizona, serving as Managing Editor for the Arizona Law Review in 1994-95.

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So You Want to be a Pro-tem: Ethical Considerations for Lawyers who Serve as Part-Time Judges

Total Credits: 1.5 CLE, 1.5 Ethics

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Ethics |  Public Lawyers |  Miscellaneous
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Original Program Date:
Apr 25, 2023
Short Description:
Ethical considerations under both the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Code of Judicial Conduct for lawyers who serve as part-time judges.

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