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Over the past few years, Don has appeared, written, and spoken on constitutional issues.He is the radio co-host on Liberty Storm with Shane Krauser, a talk show focused on constitutional issues facing the United States.He played for the New Mexico State football team (WAC Conference) where he received all-conference honors as the Male Scholar Athlete of the Year. Wright graduated from the Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where he was chosen Outstanding Trial Advocate and a national member of the Order of Barristers. Wright has taught post-graduate level courses on school law as an adjunct professor for the Northern Arizona University, and has served as an adjunct professor for the trial clinic at the Arizona State University College of Law. He has also developed a considerable appellate practice, having handled a myriad of direct appeals and special actions for parties as well as nonparties seeking to appear as amicus curiae.Admitted The United States Supreme Court United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Arizona and U. District Court, District of Arizona Education The Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Tempe, AZ Juris Doctor Honors: Outstanding Trial Advocate Honors: Order of the Barristers New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM Bachelor of Arts Honors: Outstanding Senior Award–College of Arts and Sciences Honors: Male Scholar Athlete of the Year; New Mexico State Football, WAC Conference. Welker graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University’s College of Law (J. He primarily practices commercial litigation, school law, environmental law, and insurance defense litigation, representing corporations, municipalities, and individuals in all phases of litigation and administrative hearings. He has even had the unique experience of practicing before courts of last resort after successfully petitioning both the Arizona Supreme Court and United States Supreme Court for review. Pauole regularly represents and advises Arizona school districts on matters of student rights and discipline, employment, intergovernmental agreements, legislation and policy, legal compliance, risk management, school finance, elections, etc. Pauole holds a preeminent-AV rating, which is the highest rating in the Martindale-Hubbell national registry of preeminent attorneys. Verstegen primarily practices in the areas of commercial litigation, insurance defense, and employment law, representing corporations, municipalities, and individuals in all phases of litigation.Admitted Linnette Flanigan currently leads the Wright Welker & Pauole workers’ compensation team. Flanigan regularly advises employers, insurance carriers, third-party administrators and claims adjusters regarding their rights and responsibilities under the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Act. Flanigan actively works with and advises her clients on all issues from claim inception through litigation and/or appeal. Flanigan brings with her more than nineteen years of litigation experience in a variety of disciplines. Flanigan led the Arizona worker’s compensation team for a national firm. She obtained her undergraduate degree in sociology from Arizona State University.She also was in-house counsel for SCF Arizona (now known as Copperpoint Mutual) where she litigated all types of worker’s compensation claims, worked with and advised claims adjusters in claims handling and best practices and consulted with employers in an effort to reduce risks associated with on the job injuries. Flanigan also has experience in tribal law, representing Native American tribes and related business entities on issues ranging from governance to tribal liability defense. Flanigan also spent several years litigating high stake complex commercial litigation disputes on issues ranging from professional negligence, contractual disputes, real estate and lending disputes, and insurance coverage. Flanigan also spent several years as a criminal prosecutor where she prosecuted violent and non-violent felony offenders. Flanigan’s current and former clients include school districts, hospitals, security agencies, hotels, resorts, restaurants, retail establishments, construction companies, commercial food service and processing companies, developers, attorneys, trucking companies and car dealerships. Flanigan has handled matters before the Industrial Commission of Arizona, various superior courts in the State of Arizona, United States District Court and Arizona appellate courts. She also received her JD from Arizona State College of Law (now known as Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law). Flanigan served as a student writer and managing editor of the Arizona State Law Journal. 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She gained extensive experience during her years as an attorney representing the Department of Child Safety and representing private family law clients. This brings a unique perspective and detailed attention to creating a solid record during litigation. Lindner graduated with honors from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.She has has won numerous awards including the prestigious Jacqueline Gold 'Women in Industry' award and has gathered a strong celebrity following.As an award winning Romance Expert, Tiffany also offers 'romance consultations' for men and women who need some guidance when it comes to dating and romance.After graduating from Pitt in 2012, he earned a Master of Industrial and Labor Relations degree from Cornell University with a concentration in human resources and organizations. Carpenter is admitted before the Supreme Court of Arizona and the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. A substantial portion of her practice has been devoted to complex construction-related litigation. Bornscheuer also has extensive experience in employment discrimination matters, and has advised and defended public entities regarding employment/personnel issues, various types of civil rights issues, and business-related tort and contract claims. After clerking for two summers, during law school, in Phoenix, Arizona at the law firm of Gallagher & Kennedy, he joined the firm as an associate attorney and became a Shareholder in 1996.His primary areas of practice are commercial litigation, construction litigation, insurance litigation, and personal injury (including asbestos litigation). Over the next 24 years, Don practiced law at Gallagher & Kennedy primarily in the areas of product liability defense, bad faith/coverage insurance law, and general commercial litigation.