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3 13 lawyers disbarred
3 39 lawyers suspended
3 25 lawyers reprimanded
3 80 informal sanctions
3 86 diversion orders/
3 186 instructional comments
3 Looking Ahead – Current
3 Total charges received as of
April 30 in:
3 2015 – 1053
3 2016 – 1170
3 Total number of formal complaints filed as of April 30 in:
3 2015 – 26
3 2016 – 21
3 Arizona Attorney Magazine
Survey—Editor Tim Eigo:
3 Mr. Eigo summarized what
was learned from the survey
of readers regarding Arizona
3 The survey is done every three
3 Readers want to talk about the
3 Takeaways: They have a sense
of trust, they are engaged and
find value in what they read
and take action from what they
3 The typical respondent is a
51-year-old white male with
multiple practice areas.
3 The electronic devices most
commonly used for reading: a
computer and smartphone.
3 96 percent of the attorneys
read the magazine.
3 Members on an average spend
37 minutes a month reading
articles in the magazine and
have read 4 out of 4 of the last
3 Topics of interest: Ethics articles rank number 1, followed
by legal writing tips, and
how-to stories on law practice
3 2016 Board Retreat—
Director of Board Operations Carrie
3 Reminded the board members
to mark their calendars for the
board retreat July 21-22 at the
Prescott Resort & Conference
3 Shelly Alcorn, CAE, will be the
facilitator; presenter at various
3 Board self-assessment—Ms.
Alcorn will send a short survey
in the next week. The survey is
confidential and responses will
be reviewed in the aggregate.
Results will be discussed at the
3 Adjournment—12: 15 p.m.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
The State Bar of Arizona Board of Governors held its regular meeting April 15, 2016,
3 President Geoffrey Trachtenberg
called the Board meeting to
order at 8: 30 a.m. and reported:
3 He attended the Western States
Bar Conference in San Diego
with CEO John Phelps. A great
opportunity to meet other bars’
representatives, to share and
learn from others. Many states
send all their board officers.
Recommends expanding budget in the future to allow more
officers to attend.
3 Arizona Asian American Bar
attended the sold-out April 14
event. President-Elect Lisa Loo
APRIL MEETING REVIEW
was the keynote speaker. Her
PowerPoint presentation will
be shared with the board for
3 Arizona Supreme Court—The
officers were invited to lunch
with the Court during its
annual retreat and discussed
issues of mutual interest.
3 CEO/ED Report—John
3 Employee of the Quarter—
Wendell Chin, Administrative
Services Coordinator in the
Tucson office, was unable to
attend the Board meeting but
will be introduced next month.
The Tucson office has two
employees and provide outstanding service to the members in the Southern region.