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Jeffrey Louis Sklar


Judge Sklar was born in Los Angeles and moved to Tucson during grade school. He graduated from Salpointe Catholic High School, the University of Arizona, and the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. After graduating law school in 2007, he returned to Arizona to clerk for Justice Scott Bales of the Arizona Supreme Court. He then began work as an associate at the Los Angeles law firm of Irell & Manella. Judge Sklar returned to Arizona yet again in 2010, this time to work at the Tucson office of the Lewis Roca law firm where he remained until 2021, when Governor Doug Ducey appointed him to the Arizona Superior Court in Pima County. On the Superior Court, Judge Sklar served rotations on both the civil bench and family bench. In July 2022, he was appointed as presiding judge of the family bench. He remained as presiding family judge until December 2022, when Governor Ducey appointed him to the Arizona Court of Appeals. Judge Sklar lives in Tucson with his wife and three children.

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Best Practices For Civil Appeals In The Newly-Expanded Division 2 (Virtual Course)


Total Credits: 2.75 CLE

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Categories:
Family Law |  Appellate Practice & Advocacy |  Civil Litigation
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Mar 22, 2023
SKU:
J23088

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Best Practices for Civil Appeals in Division Two and an Overview of the Proposed Amendments to the Special Action Rules


Total Credits: 3 CLE, 0.25 Ethics

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   11
Categories:
Appellate Practice & Advocacy |  Civil Litigation |  Family Law
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
May 21, 2024
SKU:
J24273
Short Description:
Learn about the appellate process, appellate advocacy and the proposed amendments to the special action rules.

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State Bar of Arizona Course on Professionalism (Virtual Course) -11/12/2024


Total Credits: 4.25 CLE, 4.25 Ethics

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Categories:
Ethics |  Professionalism
SKU:
PM24425
Short Description:
This course explores professionalism principles and analyzes a series of professionalism hypotheticals pertinent to a lawyer's relationship with clients, judges, and other attorneys.

Tue, Nov 12, 2024 - 08:00am to 12:30pm MST-Arizona


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