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Mr. Stuart’s publishing career began as an editor of the Arizona Law Review while attending the University of Arizona College of Law (J.D., 1967). He wrote scores of legal appellate briefs, law review articles, and monographs on legal advocacy and ethics during his thirty years as a partner in one of Arizona’s largest law firms, Jennings, Strouss and Salmon. His first legal textbook, The Ethical Trial Lawyer (Arizona State Bar, 1994), was followed by a national treatise, Ethical Litigation, in 1998 (Lexis-Nexis Publishing Company). Mr. Stuart served for ten years as chair of the Arizona State Bar’s Committee on Rules of Professional Conduct and retains an active role in all aspects of lawyer and judicial discipline and regulation.

He is a founding fellow of the Arizona Bar Foundation and an elected member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, and he is listed in numerous reference works, including Who’s Who in American Law, Martindale-Hubbell’s Premier American Lawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America. Mr. Stuart tried more than one hundred jury cases to a conclusion in several states and federal jurisdictions. He is a frequent lecturer and a faculty member at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and the Arizona College of Trial Advocacy. He teaches ethics, trial practice, and creative writing as an adjunct law professor at the University Of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law and at the Arizona State University College of Law.



Curriculum Vitae

Publication Credits

The Gallup 14, Gary
Stuart's first novel


Miranda: The Story of America's Right to Remain Silent
Copyright © 2004, Gary L. Stuart. All rights reserved.
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