Jim L. Wright

Mr. Wright devotes most of his practice to property tax matters. He has appeared on behalf of numerous individual and corporate clients in property tax appeals before the Arizona Tax Court and federal courts, the Arizona State Board of Equalization, and other administrative agencies.

Mr. Wright has spoken at seminars on the subject of property taxation in Arizona and has worked with legislative committees concerning property tax matters. Mr. Wright also has significant experience in general commercial litigation.

He is fluent in Spanish.


Professional and Community Activities

Member, Maricopa County Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Arizona
Member, American Bar Association

Admissions

Arizona, 1985
U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals (9th and 10th)
U.S. District Courts (Arizona, C.D. California)

Education and Honors

J.D., magna cum laude, Order of the Coif, Arizona State University, 1985
B.A., Arizona State University, 1980
Editor-in-Chief, Arizona State University Law Journal, 1985
Selected by the faculty as the Outstanding Law Graduate based upon academic performance and contribution to the law school, 1985
Served as law clerk to the Honorable Monroe G. McKay, Judge of the United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
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