Free Expert Witness Guide Released by Arizona Attorney Magazine, State Bar of Arizona.
PHOENIX, March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Just released - For those who are seeking experts to assist with complicated legal cases in specific fields, including medical, engineering, technology, insurance, real estate, and vocational rehabilitation, the March 2015 issue of Arizona Attorney magazine features the thirteenth annual Expert Witness Guide.
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This is a free resource in print and online here for the public, and provides descriptions and contact information for nearly 150 industry, technical and professional experts in 250 categories.
Others who will find the Expert Witness Guide an excellent resource include community organizations seeking speakers to explain complex issues and news reporters seeking industry experts as knowledgeable sources for crime and court stories.
Access the Arizona Attorney Magazine Expert Witness Guide for free at the Arizona Attorney online Find an Expert Directory.
Arizona Attorney is the official magazine of the State Bar of Arizona. Published monthly and delivered to every attorney and judge in the state, circulation is just over 23,000. The magazine provides articles on substantive law issues, legal trends and feature profiles.
About the State Bar
The State Bar of Arizona is a non-profit organization that operates under the supervision of the Arizona Supreme Court. The Bar provides education and development programs for the legal profession and the public. The mission of the State Bar is to serve the public and enhance the legal profession.
Media Contact: Lisa Bormaster, State Bar of Arizona, 602.340.7230, Lisa.Bormaster@staff.azbar.org
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SOURCE State Bar of Arizona
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