Message From The President
“Where Trial Lawyers Come Together” has been used as a way to describe our organization. Those words are especially important as our members and clients go through these difficult and uncertain times. The leadership of this organization is al committed to doing the best we can for our members.
As you likely know, AzAJ was forced to postpone our slate of April CLE in accordance with local, state and federal guidelines regarding the coronavirus pandemic. The best actions we can take right now for the safety of our AzAJ community is to be socially distant as much as possible. The Association will be issuing refunds to people who registered for the April Phoenix and Tucson Learn at Lunches, and the April 17th Voir Dire Seminar. We are looking for times to reschedule these valuable programs so we may bring them to you. In the meantime, for those looking for CLE, I want to remind you of the webinars available on our website at https://www.azaj.org/index.cfm?pg—semwebCatalog.
We are closely monitoring what is happening with the Courts. We’ll keep you up to date on any decisions they make as they adjust to this crisis.
The AzAJ staff is available to assist you with any issues. As office hours are shortened, please contact staff via email or telephone. The office phones are forwarded in case you call when they are not on site.
The ListServ will remain active. It is one of the best tools we have for finding out what our colleagues think about our cases and issues facing our clients. Whether you’re at your office or working remotely, remember that you’re one click away from being part of the biggest law firm in the state. Post your questions. See what your colleagues from across the State think. Get answers. Vent. Whatever. Just continue to be the best advocate you can be for our clients.
Stay well, wash your hands often and continue to fight the good fight for our clients.
CREDIT: Scott Palumbo