Honorable Andrew Hurwitz
Justice
Arizona Supreme Court, Phoenix

Primary Practice Areas:   
Administrative and Regulatory Law
Appellate
Litigation  

Admitted in:   Arizona, 1974 
(finished first on bar exam) Connecticut, 1973    

Education: J.D., Yale University, 1972 Yale Law Journal

Note and Comment Editor, 1971-72
Board of Editors, 1969-71
A.B., cum laude, Princeton University, 1968 Phi Beta Kappa
Princeton Pre-Law Society, President
Judicial Clerkships: U.S. Supreme Court,
     Justice Potter Stewart, 1973-74
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit,
     Judge J. Joseph Smith, 1972-73
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut,
     Judge Jon O. Newman, 1972
Court Admissions: U.S. Supreme Court
Arizona Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second, Seventh
     and Ninth Circuits
U.S. District Court, District of Arizona
U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
Connecticut Superior Court
Judicial Service: Judge Pro Tempore, Arizona Court of Appeals,
     State of Arizona, 1994, 1996, and 1998
Government Service: Chief of Staff to Governor Bruce Babbitt, 1980-83
Chief of Staff to Governor Rose Mofford, 1988
Professional Activities: American Bar Association State Bar of Arizona
     Examination and Bar Review Committee, 1986-87
     Committee on Rules of Professional Conduct, 1985-90
Horace Rumpole Inn of Court, 1997- Community Activities: Arizona Board of Regents
     (Governing Board for Arizona Universities):
          President, 1992-93
          Member, 1988-96
Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest
     Board of Directors, 1986-88
Arizona Town Hall, 1992- Arizona State University Research Park
     Board of Directors, 1989-
City of Phoenix
     Street Environment Committee, Chair, 1989-90
     Neighborhood Improvement Committee, Chair, 1986-88
Princeton Alumni Schools Committee, 1983- Children’s Action Alliance, Board of Directors, 1999- Arizona State University
     Visiting Professor of Law, Civil Procedure, 1994-95
     Adjunct Professor of Law, Ethics, Supreme Court Litigation,
          Legislative Process, 1977-80, 1988
     Lecturer, the Willard H. Pedrick Lecture, Spring 1999