AZBF Newsletter Vol. 3 Issue 3

AZBF Newsletter Vol. 3 Issue 3


Gregg Curry

A board and committee member of the Foundation for many years, Mr. Curry is also actively involved with Foundation grantee the Arizona Justice Project.  


Mr. Curry, Senior Managing Director at Ankura, has extensive experience consulting with businesses on a variety of matters and has testified as an expert witness for over 30 years.


His vast knowledge of business and finance has brought much insight to the Foundation and its partners.    

‍Foundation CLE Available!

Did you miss the Foundation CLE this summer during the Bar convention?  No worries!  We have a copy for you to watch and get credit!


Learn from our presenters as they talk about how their award winning work meets Ethical Rule 6.1. Go to this link and use passcode AZFLSE. 


Thank you to the State Bar for making the CLE possible and for our outstanding presenters for their time and expertise. 


ECivics Registration Closes 10/9 

You can still register to compete in the virtual 2021-’22 iCivics Arizona E-Tournament! The E-Tournament is a fantastic way for students to have fun while engaging with civics and working within a team.


Register to compete at this link Have questions about the E-Tournament or registration? Reach out to [email protected] for assistance!


Volunteer Spotlight:

Jeffrey Jacobson

Service has always been important to Jeff.  From his youth forward, he has always made helping others a priority. 


Founder of the Wills for Heroes Foundation, Jeff brought the program to Arizona to provide first responders access to free estate planning legal services. 


In 2011, he received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (Gold Level) from President Obama’s Council on Service and Civic Participation.


Read more about Jeff

‍Legal Legacy Spotlight:

Clarence Duncan

Clarence Duncan was born in Globe, Arizona in 1915. He attended the University of Arizona to obtain an LLB degree. His last year of law school was at George Washington. He took the bar exam early and finished his degree after coming back from the war in 1946.


He was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 1937, but his degree was listed in 1947.  He worked as staff for Senator Hayden, was a county attorney, was in private practice, and a partner with Jennings & Strouss.


Listen to his story

‍Grantee Spotlight:

Tucson Family Advocacy Project

The Tucson Family Advocacy Program (TFAP) is a partnership of health care providers and lawyers working together to improve the health and wellbeing of low-income patients and their families.


TFAP provides free legal services to low-income families in primary care clinics staffed by faculty and residents of the University of Arizona Department of Family & Community Medicine. Within these medical settings, TFAP also teaches health care providers about legal issues that impact health and how they can become more effective advocates for their patients.


Support Tucson Family Advocacy Project

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