Jim Fritz

General Information

Experience

Criminology and World History Teacher  - Dobson High School

Litigation Group  - Maricopa County Attorney's Office

Chairperson  - State Bar of Arizona Trial Practice Section

Education

B.S. degree  - Arizona State University

J.D. degree  - Gonzaga University

Affiliations

Member  - State Bar of Arizona

Treasurer of the Executive Council of the Trial Practice Section  - State Bar of Arizona

Member  - Arizona Trial Lawyers Association

Member  - Maricopa County Bar Association

Deputy County Attorney  - Maricopa County Attorney's Office

Member  - American Board of Trial Advocates

Recent News  

Jim FritzTeacherDobson High School1501 W. Guadalupe Rd.Mesa, AZ 85202(480) 472-3000lefty123@qwest.net Jim teaches criminology and world history at Dobson High School in Mesa.He is a retired trial attorney, having tried over 100 civil jury trials and hundreds of arbitration hearings.Jim was a certified specialist in injury and wrongful death litigation.He also worked as a deputy county attorney for Maricopa County Attorney's Office.He is a former judge pro tem of the Maricopa County Superior Court; former chairperson of the State Bar of Arizona Trial Practice Section, and faculty member of the State Bar of Arizona Professionalism course.He received a B.S. degree from Arizona State University and J.D. degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.

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James W. Fritz has practiced law for over fifteen years, with emphasis on personal injury and insurance matters.He is certified as a specialist in personal injury and wrongful death litigation by the State Bar of Arizona since 1991.He has tried over one hundred jury trials and he holds Advocate status as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.Mr. Fritz is also a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Defense Research Institute, the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association, the State Bar of Arizona and the Maricopa County Bar Association.He is currently treasurer of the Executive Council of the Trial Practice Section of the State Bar of Arizona.

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Thanks are due also to those who reviewed and edited specific chapters of the previous editions, including Terry Roth, Esq.; W. Barney Carter; George Bell, Esq.; Bill Knoll, Classification Reform Instructor for the U.S. Postal Service; Otto Hofmann, Esq.; Phil McKain; Jim Fritz, Esq.; Frederick Richmond; Steve Zneimer; Jim Redmond; Elizabeth Hrenda-Roberts; Ron Lench; Christine Finnegan; Joan Benso; Dick Shelly; John Briscoe; and Ken Wickham.

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