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Stephanie Lee Ehrbright

moved to Arizona in 2007 to be closer to her family. She soon became licensed both in Arizona State Court and Federal Court in the District of Arizona. After working at another firm for a few years, she opened her own firm in Phoenix in 2011. Ms. Ehrbright defends people accused of crimes ranging from Misdemeanors up to Second Degree Murder. Most recently, Ms. Ehrbright got all charges dropped against a client who was charged with Murder. Stephanie also represents families and juveniles in Juvenile Court when a juvenile has been arrested or the family has the unfortunate circumstances of having CPS involved in their lives. She also represents clients in Family law cases such as Divorce, Child Custody, and Paternity. Stephanie Lee Ehrbright, Esq. Graduated cum laude from Pace University School of Law, White Plains, New York where she earned the Law Trustee Merit Scholarship for all three years. While in law school, Ms. Ehrbright interned with the Ninth Judicial District, the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office, competed in several Trial Advocacy Competitions, and was a Student Attorney in a Criminal Justice Clinic where she represented indigent clients in the Bronx, New York. In addition to running her own law firm, Ms. Ehrbright enjoys giving back to the community through activities such as Coaching Metro Tech High School's Mock Trial program for several years and volunteering as a judge for the State and National High School Mock Trial Competitions. Stephanie has also given her time to speaking engagements such as being a panelist at Law4AZ's Library Law Day, been a volunteer for AZFLSE's Diversity Pipeline Project, and is currently a member of the Arizona State Bar's Peer Support Network to help other attorneys who are going through tough times in their lives. Attorney Ehrbright has recently volunteered to help pro se litigants argue their cases in front of the Arizona Court of Appeals Division One. She is also a NASAR certified SARTEC II and was a member of the Pinal County Sheriff Department's Search and Rescue Posse which frequently rescues lost and injured hikers in the Superstition Mountains and other locations throughout Pinal County. Prior to law school, Ms. Ehrbright earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with dual minors in Race & Ethnic Studies and Philosophy, from the University of Redlands in Redlands, California. While there, she placed on the Dean’s List every semester and was awarded membership in Psi Chi National Psychology Honor Society and the Mortar Board National Honor Society.

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From Insight to Action: Identifying and Tackling Elder Law, Mental Health, and Special Needs Issues Head On

Total Credits: 3 CLE, 1 Ethics

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Mental Health and Elder Law
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Original Program Date:
Jun 13, 2024
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2024 State Bar Convention

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