Attorney in the Misdemeanor, Auto Theft, Charging, and Violent Offenses Units. He is very involved in the community serving as a member of
the El Rio “Vecinos” group who promote awareness of the services and raise funds for the El Rio
Community Health Center. He also serves on
the Board of the City Center for Collaborative
Learning that oversees the City High School and
Paolo Freire Freedom Schools charter schools.
Fay W. Bidlack joined Jennings Strouss &
Salmon PLC, Phoenix, as an associate in the
Business Restructuring and Reorganization department.
Attorney Dianne Post was recognized by the
Phoenix Human Relations Commission as a
2017 Martin Luther King “Living the Dream”
honoree. She and others were honored at the
Arizona MLK Awards Breakfast in January.
Judge Ron Reinstein (ret.) was named a Morrison Institute Distinguished Fellow. He and
others were honored at this year’s State of Our
State Conference, the annual signature event of
Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona
Reinstein retired in 2007 as a judge of the
Superior Court of Arizona after 22 years. He now
works as a judicial consultant for the Arizona
Supreme Court and was appointed by the chief
justice as the director of the Center for Evidence
Based Sentencing. He is the Chair of the Supreme
Court Commission on Victims in the Courts, the
Supreme Court Capital Case Oversight Committee, and the Arizona Forensic Science Advisory
Committee. He recently was inducted into the
Maricopa County Bar Association Hall of Fame.
Business attorney James P. O’Sullivan, an equity
shareholder at Phoenix-based Tiffany & Bosco
PA, Phoenix, received the 2016 Champions
Award from the M&A Source, one of the
nation’s leading mergers and acquisitions trade
In his practice, O’Sullivan represents closely
held companies and their owners in business purchases and sales, as well as entity formation, ownership agreements, strategic planning, joint ventures, and governance disputes.
Attorney Jennifer MacLennan was awarded the
Friends of ASPAA—the Association of School
Personnel Administrators Association—for her
service and contributions to the organization.
This is the first time that the ASPAA has honored
someone with this award. She has been an active
contributor to the organization for the past 10
years and has provided numerous presentations
and continuing education sessions to ASPAA
At Gust Rosenfeld, her practice consists of representation of school districts in all legal matters.
In the November 8 general election, attorney Ben
Graff was elected to the Central Arizona Water
Conservation District Board, the non-partisan
board of 15 members from Maricopa, Pima, and
Pinal Counties that sets the policies, conservation
goals, tax rates, and water costs related to Arizona’s Colorado River water supply.
He focuses his law practice in land use, zoning,
and government relations at Withey Morris PLC,
Cindy Villanueva joined the board of directors
for Los Abogados, Arizona’s Hispanic Bar
Association, for the 2017 calendar year. She is
an associate in the IP practice group at Lewis
Roca Rothgerber Christie LLP, where her practice focuses on trademarks, copyrights and rights
She is a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee and serves on the Florence Immigrant &
Refugee Rights Project board of directors.
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