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Thomas L. Hudson, Osborn Maledon PA
Hon. Andrew D. Hurwitz, Vice Chief Justice, Arizona Supreme Court
Justice A. John Pelander, III, Arizona Supreme Court
Hon. Robert Brutinel, Justice, Arizona Supreme Court
Hon. Patricia K. Norris, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
Kent E. Cattani, Office of the Arizona Attorney General, Phoenix
Ellen M. Crowley, chief Staff Attorney, Arizona Supreme Court Staff Attorneys Office, Phoenix
Kimberly A. Demarchi, Lewis and Roca LLP
Thomas J. Eckstein, Osborn Maledon PA
Rachelle M. Resnick, Clerk of Court, Arizona Supreme Court
Mary R. O'Grady, Office of the Attorney General