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Membership Meeting and CLE - LIVE at Gainey Ranch Golf Club
Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 11:45 AM until 1:15 PM
Gainey Ranch Golf Club
7600 Gainey Club Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Registration is required before Friday, September 09, 2022 at 3:00 PM
Payment in Full In Advance Or At Event
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We have had to raise our prices by $1.15 to keep up with price increases made by our venue.
Please DO NOT MAIL CHECKS FOR THE LUNCHEON. Either pay in advance on the website via credit card or bring a check or cash (exact change appreciated) to the luncheon. Note: We charge $5 MORE than what the website lists to pay by check or cash at the luncheon, even if you pre-registered.
Non-members who pay via credit card will be charged a convenience fee by our website provider ($2.00 for a charge up to $50; $3 for over $50 up to 250).
Please arrive by 11:45 to check in at the registration desk. The program begins promptly at noon.
We cannot guarantee special meal requests made after the registration deadline.
This program will NOT be recorded or live streamed.
We cannot give a credit for cancellations after the registration deadline. After the deadline, we give Gainey a guarantee, and we pay for your meal whether you attend or not.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO Friday, September 9, 2022 at 2:00 PM
The United States Supreme Court issued many interesting cases last term which affect Americans in many ways. Paul Avelar will review the most interesting and significant of those decisions, with which attorneys should be familiar.
This CLE is great for not only SCOTUS buffs, but also for attorneys who enjoy learning about our country’s highest court.
Paul Avelar is the Managing Attorney of the Arizona office of the Institute for Justice (IJ).He joined the Institute in March of 2010. He litigates free speech, property rights, economic liberty, school choice and other constitutional cases in federal and state courts.
In addition to litigation, Paul co-authored the most comprehensive study of economic liberty protections in the Arizona Constitution. He was appointed to the Task Force on the Review of the Role and Governance Structure of the State Bar of Arizona. Paul is a member of the Federalist Society Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group Executive Committee. He often speaks at law schools across the country about constitutional issues and his work at IJ.
Before joining IJ, Paul worked as an attorney in Philadelphia. He clerked for Judge Roger Miner on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Justice Andrew Hurwitz on the Arizona Supreme Court, and Judge Daniel Barker on the Arizona Court of Appeals. Paul graduated magna cum laude from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University.
*The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.0 hour towards your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 0 hours of professional responsibility.
MEMBERS, PLEASE LOG IN TO THE WEBSITE BEFORE REGISTERING TO RECEIVE MEMBER PRICING.
When registering, please indicate your choice of REGULAR entrée or VEGAN entrée.
Regular Entrée: Chicken Marsala – herbed roasted red potatoes, mixed vegetables
Vegan Entrée: Mushroom Risotto cake w/ grilled asparagus and carrots in a plum sauce
All meals served with rolls and butter, a salad of romaine lettuce, mixed berries, dark honey balsamic (GF/DF) and (new dessert!) chocolate cake (vegan)
Share the fun! Invite a friend to experience the networking, social and educational opportunities of the Scottsdale Bar Association! Current members may invite a prospective member to attend an upcoming lunch for free. Here are the rules:
1. The guest must be eligible for membership in the Scottsdale Bar Association. See www.scottsdalebar.org, click on Membership Information, then Membership Categories.
2. The guest cannot be a former Scottsdale Bar member.
3. The guest cannot have attended lunch for free in the past.
4. The member must attend the luncheon with the guest.
5. The member must register him/herself for the luncheon, then contact Paige Martin at email@example.com with the guest’s name and email address, and choice of regular or vegan meal, so that she can register the guest. Member registration and the request for guest registration must be completed before the registration cut-off on the Friday before the luncheon, at noon.
6. The member can only invite one guest to any luncheon.
7. The member is responsible for following up with his/her guest after the luncheon to invite the guest to join Scottsdale Bar.
8. The Board of Directors reserves the right to limit the number of guests attending each luncheon.