G. James Goodnow
Fennemore Craig

JAMES GOODNOW, a Harvard Law graduate, practices in the area of plaintiffs’ catastrophic injury and wrongful death litigation at Fennemore Craig. Newsweek showcased him as one of “20 Leaders” among “Plaintiffs’ Trial Lawyers” in the United States. The Phoenix Business Journal named him to its “40 Under 40” list of Arizona leaders. He has been featured in stories run by leading publications and news organizations around the world, including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, ABC News, USA Today, The Financial Post, The Arizona Republic, and The ABA Journal. He has been a member of the trial teams that have secured some of the largest awards in U.S. history, including a $410 million jury trial verdict. He has achieved the highest possible peer-review rating: AV Preeminent. Opposing attorneys call him a “rising star” and “leader in litigation” who “has an extraordinary ability to grasp complex legal concepts” and who “takes on the hard, important cases fearlessly.” He chairs the firm’s Managing Litigation Technology Committee, co-chairs the firm’s Advocacy Training Program and co-chairs the firm’s Retention Committee.