AZBF Newsletter Winter 2022

AZBF Newsletter Winter 2022

Sustaining Partners SPOTLIGHT:

Ari Burshell & Jennifer Rebholz

This power couple is also an amazing supporter of access to justice in Arizona. 


Former Bar President, Rebholz has also heading the Foundation PR committee while sitting on our board.


Mr. Burshell has doubled his donation impact by coordinating through his employer! 


Thank you for your continued support!


Join the Sustaining Partners



Yeti Raffle

Just a few days left to buy tickets for the Yeti Raffle!  $25/ticket or 5 for $100.


The $450 valued Yeti is filled with holiday spirits to make any season bright.  


Buy your tickets before it is too late (drawing December 16th).  Second and third draws receive restaurant gift cards.


Get Your Raffle Tickets Here!



We the People State 1/13

We the People State is just a few weeks away!


We still are looking for judges and timers for this event!


The all day event, January 13th, will take place in person at Mesa Community College.


If you are interested in volunteering go to


Volunteer Spotlight:

Lance Broberg

Lance and his wife Tiffany have been working and advising on the Mock Trial program with the Foundation for more years than seems possible for this youthful couple!


Recently, Lance has not only been helping us with Mock Trial, but become a very active board member (coming in the top 3 every quarter for our board BINGO Game for volunteering!)

We thank Lance for is ongoing support and expertise!


Read more about Lance

‍Law Related Education:

Kids Voting Results

Just like the rest of Arizona, Kids across the state also cast their ballots this past November.

Students voted through our online portal, Double Click Democracy, and received I Voted stickers!


To see how students voted you can visit:

Legal Info & Assistance:

Free Legal Answers

The Bar Foundation works with the ABA with the national program Free Legal Answers.  Attorneys can register, log on and answer needed questions from Arizonans in need.


Find out how you can help!

‍Legal Legacy Spotlight:

Estes McBride

McBryde opened a law office in Casa Grande, where he could both practice law and play baseball for the Casa Grande Cotton Kings.


In 1952 McBryde was appointed Deputy County Attorney and in 1960 he became Pinal County Attorney. He was appointed Pinal County Superior Court Judge in 1966. He served as presiding judge from 1978 until 1989.


 Listen to his story

‍Grantee Spotlight:

Southwest Fair Housing Council

The Southwest Fair Housing Council was established in 1986 with the mission of providing comprehensive services to achieve and preserve equal access to housing for all people.


SFHC works to eliminate all forms of illegal discrimination related to housing through research, advocacy, enforcement,and outreach.  Through a passionate staff and diverse board, they help more people achieve equal accsss to housing and are recongized as one of the superior fari housing organizations in the nation!

Learn More about SFHC

Support Southwest Fair Housing Council

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