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Carol Campbell Cure

Carol Campbell Cure, American lawyer. Bar: Arizona 1979, California 1979, United States District Court Arizona 1979, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1981, United States District Court (central district) California 1984, White Mountain Apache Tribal Court; certified specialist in personal injury and wrongful death litigation.

Background

  • Cure, Carol Campbell was born on December 16, 1944 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Daughter of Richard Converse Nowell and Nancy (Newcomb) Olson.

  • Education

    • 1 child, Kelly Christine. Bachelor with distinction, Arizona State University-Tempe, 1972, Juris Doctor, 1978.

    Career

    • Bar: Ariz.1979, California 1979, United States District Court Arizona 1979, United States Court Appeals (9th circuit) 1981, United States District Court (central district) California 1984, White Mountain Apache Tribal Court. Certified specialist in personal injury and wrongful death litigation. Partner O'Connor, Cavanagh, Anderson, Westover, Killingsworth & Beshears, Phoenix, 1978^.

      Faculty member Pacific regional chapter National Institute Trial Advocacy, 1985-1986. Faculty member Arizona Trial College, 1988-1992. Board of directors Arizona Council of the Blind, Social Superior vena cava syndrome and Rehabilitation Inc., 1980-1985, Community Forum, 1994-1995, Phoenix Childrens Theatre, 1981-1983, Arizona Center Credit Union, 1985-1987.

      Judge pro tem Arizona Court Appeals, 1985. Judge pro tem Maricopa County Superior Court, 1988-1995. Member steering committee Pro Bono Juvenile Project, 1989-1990.

      Member Camelback East Village Planning Committee, 1987-1990. Member county of the future National Judicial College. Candidate United States House Representatives, Arizona, 1994.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member Camelback East Village Planning Committee, 1987—1990. Judge pro tempore Arizona Court Appeals, 1985, Maricopa County Superior Court, 1988—1995. Candidate United States House Representatives, Arizona, 1994.

    Board directors Arizona Council of the Blind, Social Services and Rehabilitation Inc., 1980—1985, Comty. Forum, 1994—1995, Phoenix Childrens Theatre, 1981—1983, Arizona Center Credit Union, 1985—1987. Member steering committee Pro Bono Juvenile Project, 1989—1990.

    Member council of the future National Judicial College. Fellow: American Board Trial Advocates, American Bar Foundation. Member: Association of Trial Lawyers of America, American Bar Association (chair litigation section use of expert witness subcommittee committee trial practice 1982-1990, chair professionalism committee 1989-1992, member standing committee on professionalism since 1992, delegate house delegations since 1993, chair civil procedure and evidence committee tort and insurance practice section), American Association of University Women (board directors Arizona State division 1980-1982, president elect 1994, parliamentarian), Law Society (board directors since 1995), Arizona State University College Law (board visitors), Federation Insurance and Corporation Counsel, Defense Research Institute (member practice and procedure committee), Arizona Women Lawyers Association, Phoenix Association Defense Counsel, Arizona State University Alumni Association (board directors 1980-1983), Arizona Epilepsy Association (board directors community arts council), International Insurance Law Society (member presidential council), Nucleus (chair membership committee 1984-1985, chair 1986-1987, board directors since 1988), Maricopa County Bar Foundation (trustee 1984-1988), Maricopa County Bar Association (board directors 1983-1988, chair medical/legal liaison committee 1987-1989), State Bar Arizona (board governors 1990-1993, member committee rules of civil practice and procedure, chair trial practice section), Kappa Delta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Robert Norman Campbell, January 2, 1965 (divorced 1968).; married Harding Briggs Cure, June 28, 1984. 1 child, Kelly Christine.
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    Born December 16, 1944
    (age 72)