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Phoenix Governmental Consulting and Lobbying Lawyer
About Don G. Isaacson
Current Employment Position(s)
- Governmental Consulting and Lobbying
- Arizona, 1973
- State Bar Association
Pro Bono Activities
- Chambers of Commerce
- Chairman of the State Bar's Professional Liability Committee
- Board of Directors of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce
- Vice-Chairman of its Water, Energy & Natural Resources Committee
- chair, Phoenix Chamber's Health & Insurance Committee
- Arizona State University, College of Law, Tempe, Arizona
Law Journal: Arizona State University, Member of the Editorial board of the Law Journal
- Augustana College Rock Island, Il
Accepts Credit Cards
3101 N. Central Ave.Suite 650 Phoenix, AZ 85012
- (602) 230-8487
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Included on the 2023 Southwest list
- 2022 Southwest Super Lawyers list
- 2021 Southwest Super Lawyers list
- 2009 Southwest Super Lawyers list
- 2008 Southwest Super Lawyers list
- 2007 Southwest Super Lawyers list
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