Gary L. Stuart, P.C.
GARY STUART spent 32 years as a partner in Jennings, Strouss & Salmon, PLLC, in Phoenix Arizona. He now practices part time as Gary L. Stuart, P.C. He earned degrees in Finance and Law at the University of Arizona. Martindale-Hubble lists him as an A-V lawyer and a Premier American Lawyer. He was profiled in Who’s Who in American Law (First Edition). He is a sustaining member of Best Lawyers in America, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers, and Southwest Superlawyers. The Maricopa County Bar Association inducted him into its Hall of Fame in October 2010. The National Institute of Trial Advocacy honored him with its Distinguished Faculty designation in 1994. The University of Arizona Alumni awarded him its 2016 Professional Achievement Award. He holds the juried rank of Advocate and served as President of the American Board of Trial Advocates (Arizona Chapter). Stuart completed an eight-year term on the Arizona Board of Regents, and served as its President in 2004-2005. He taught as Adjunct Faculty at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law (2000-2005).
He has been on the Adjunct Faculty at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law since 1994, where he continues to teach Legal Ethics, Legal Writing, and Appellate Advocacy. He also serves as Senior Policy Advisor to the Dean at the ASU College of Law.
He limits his part-time law practice to legal ethics, bar admission, professional discipline, law firm consulting, and expert witness work in legal malpractice and ethics cases.
He served three terms on the Arizona State Bar’s Case Conflict Committee as its Probable Cause Panelist and is a current member of the Arizona Supreme Court’s Attorney Disciplinary Panel, which hears disciplinary cases. He was a member of the Arizona State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct Committee for 23 years and served as its chair for ten years. He has written more than fifty ethics committee opinions. He served on numerous ethics-related committees at the state and national levels. He wrote two published books on ethics, and more than one hundred law review and journal articles, op-ed pieces, essays, stories, and CLE monographs.