Exposing the State Bar of Arizona
* On a photo refers to a blatantly ignored
Conflict of Interest
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When they tell you "It's Not About the Money," it's about the Money...
What's Really Going On?
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If you have been the "target" of the State Bar Ethics or if you know specifics about how the "Insiders" game the system, please let us know. Your stories will remain anonymous.
Someone said it best,
"Dealing with the State Bar of Arizona is like getting raped and then having them order you to pay for it."
- SBA Victim
Former State Bar Presidents
What do they know about how the State Bar of Arizona operates? What should they have known? Why are they silent?
Post Bar Employment - Ethics Counsel Alumni
After working for the bar, attorneys set up shop to defend attorneys fighting bar complaints. These "defense" attorneys charge around $500 per hour and use their insider's knowledge to work the system. They get paid PLUS the offending attorney fighting the complaint has to pay the State Bar their costs too! The attorneys below enjoy this sweet gig. Plus they are color coordinated!
Ed Novak *
Who are the Insiders?
The State Bar does not care about conflicts of interest, when it comes to their insiders. These "insiders" are either former employees, former State Bar Presidents or large firm (read untouchable) attorneys.
The Insiders use the State Bar ethics department to go after rivals, defend attorneys for $500 per hour, work deals for special clients. It's a win-win situation. The Insiders have leverage, make good money and the State Bar gets paid for "investigation" fees!
J. Scott Rhodes
The Entire Content of this Website is based on reports from multiple sources - Attorneys, Consumer, and former AZBAR staff.
In some cases, the names of the contributors have been withheld, due to the fear of RETALIATION by the State Bar of Arizona.
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