Posts tagged "Southwest Super Lawyers"

From the Vault -- Zebra Lawyer Ed Hochuli

The NFL season may still be months away, but it's never too early to study the rulebook-or the refs who enforce it. In the 2007 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers Magazine, we took a look at the career of Phoenix-based personal injury defense attorney Edward G. Hochuli, better known to football fans as well-spoken and physically fit NFL referee Ed Hochuli. An excerpt:

Ed Hochuli on the Field and in the Courtroom

With less than a week to go until the 2012 NFL season kicks off, the league and NFL Referees Association are still far from inking a new collective bargaining agreement. Earlier this week, the NFL announced it would use the widely criticized replacement referees for at least the first week of the regular season, leaving longtime refs stuck on the sidelines.

From the Vault: Law, Adventure and Marc Lieberman

In the 2009 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers, we profiled real estate and finance attorney Marc R. Lieberman of Kutak Rock in Scottsdale, Ariz. Lieberman has swam with sharks, raced motorcycles, climbed Kilimanjaro and negotiated over $1.5 billion in real estate transactions. An excerpt:

From the Vault: Paul Frye Wins Big for the Navajo Nation

In the 2008 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers, we profiled Albuquerque-based attorney Paul Frye, who practices Native American law. He's spent his career representing the Navajo Nation against government misconduct. An excerpt:

In the Latest Issue of Southwest Super Lawyers

SWSL11.jpgIn the latest issue of Southwest Super Lawyers (available online, digitally, via app, and in print), writer Jimmy Magahern profiles legendary Phoenix criminal defense attorney Larry Debus, who's equally at ease in front of a jury as he is sailing around the world on his Beneteau 46-6 sailboat.

Southwest Super Lawyers Now Available Via App or at

Southwest Super Lawyers magazine, edited by Ross Pfund, is now available for download on the Super Lawyers digital magazine app, or for viewing at

Advice to Young Lawyers: Wendy Ellen York's Top 12 Things She Learned the Hard Way

We interviewed Wendy Ellen York, Of Counsel at Sheehan & Sheehan in Albuquerque, and former trial court judge in the Civil Division of the Second Judicial District Court, for the 2011 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers, and asked what advice she could give to young lawyers. Unfortunately, we couldn't fit her entire response in the print magazine. Fortunately, we don't have that space limitation here. So please enjoy Wendy Ellen York's Top 12 Things She Learned the Hard Way: