JSHFIRMANNOUNCEMENTS 033 JSH Resource Alert! Reference Guide to AZ Law Our JSH Reference Guide to Arizona Law is published as updates are needed and is distributed to clients via print and electronic media. JSH updates the Reference Guide to reflect recent changes in case law and statutes. It includes a detailed table of contents and case law, and covers most of the major issues that arise in personal injury cases, as well as a short explanation of Arizona law on each point. To receive a copy of current v22 JSH Reference Guide, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send a copy. USLAW Judicial Profiles USLAW NETWORK released the 2015 edition of its State Judicial Profile by County Report. The 50-state comprehensive report offers a judicial profile of each county in the U.S. and identifies counties as Conservative, Moderate or Liberal. This level of jurisdictional awareness of the court and juries on a countyby-county basis assists attorneys and their clients in successfully operating legal challenges throughout the United States. Jurisdictions can change. If businesses have legal matters in counties across a particular state and across the country, the 2015 USLAW State Judicial Profile by County Report is a must-have go-to resource. Check it out here: http://web.uslaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/2015_USLAW_JudicialProfiles.pdf JSH Donates in Honor of Parkinson’s Awareness Month JSH Sponsors Native American Bar Association 9th Annual Golf Tournament During the month of April JSH contributed to the Shake Rattle & Roll Motorcycle ride in honor of Parkinson’s Awareness Month. The ride raised $31,000, which directly went to the Banner Neuro Wellness in Gilbert to help promote a higher quality of life for those individuals and their care partners dealing with Parkinson’s Disease. Wellness in Gilbert helps promote a higher quality of life for those individuals and their care partners dealing with Parkinson’s Disease. This year the Native American Bar Association of Arizona (NABA-AZ) paired up with the Federal Indian Bar Conference to design the Native American Bar Association - 9th Annual Golf Tournament. All funds went to scholarships for Native American law students. The annual golf tournament is one of two major funding sources for the organization, the other being the annual 7 Generations Dinner in September. CHECK OUT THE JSH REPORTER ONLINE AT: JSHREPORTER.COM The JSH Reporter is available in a variety of formats, including an online, interactive format, PDF and print. Archives of past JSH Reporters are available on our website and now at JSHREPORTER.COM. If you would like additional copies of this Summer Edition, send an email to email@example.com.