April 13, 2012
Today is not only Change of Venue Friday; it’s also Friday the 13th. Therefore, I will tread lightly and offer nothing but images for your easy viewing.
Here are a few photos from Tuesday’s hearing at the Supreme Court regarding the ethics charges against three lawyers: Andrew Thomas, Lisa Aubuchon and Rachel Alexander. The photos were mainly shot in the Court parking lot after the hearing. There, media interviewed, among others, independent counsel John Gleason, County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, activist Randy Parraz and respondent’s counsel Scott Zwillinger.
John Gleason, independent investigator, interviewed. April 10, 2012
Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox, April 10, 2012
You can read the Court’s complete ruling here.
Then, on Wednesday, Andrew Thomas and Lisa Aubuchon spoke at a press conference in downtown Phoenix.
Andrew Thomas, April 11, 2012
Lisa Aubuchon, April 11, 2012
All of the photos are at the Arizona Attorney Magazine Facebook page. Have a great weekend.
February 22, 2011
Goofy and committed to service: The staff of the State Bar of Arizona
Yes, I know I just posted the State Bar’s first-ever staff photo (originally written about here). But what was I thinking when I omitted the fun version?
Moments after the first photo was snapped, a variety of embarrassment-inducing items were produced, and many of us adorned ourselves, slaves to fashion that we are.
Among our choices: clown nose, Mardi Gras beads, pirate eye patch, and the classic eyeglasses-with-nose-with-moustache.
Enjoy (click on the image for a larger version). And I’m the one with the red nose.
January 25, 2011
This afternoon, the State Bar of Arizona launched a new tradition: the staff photo.
In what may be an annual effort, all of us gathered in the relative briskness of a January Arizona afternoon (eat your heart out, Northeast) and smiled—at least, some of us did.
After a few standard shots, the Bar’s Chief Communications Officer, Rick DeBruhl, rolled out a cart with a wealth of shticky shtuff—red clown noses, plastic carnival necklaces, and the classic eyeglasses with nose and moustache.
We each selected one piece of attire, and then the photographer snapped the final goofy picture.
Here’s hoping we each get a wallet-sized photo to treasure for our own.
And here are a few shots of the group getting photographed—and what we wore. When we get the final result, I’ll post that, too.