Lewis Center – My Career as the Former AZ Attorney General: Zoom only

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T.W. Lewis Center for Personal Development Event
Audience: 
Students

Terry Goddard attended Harvard University, where he studied American History and went on to receive his J.D. from ASU, during which he joined the United States Navy and served a two-year active tour of duty term. Upon graduating from law school, he practiced private law as an assistant to the Arizona Attorney General's Office until 1982, where he targeted white collar crimes. He served as the mayor of Phoenix from 1984-1990. Goddard ran successfully for Attorney General in 2002, receiving over fifty percent of the popular vote, serving until 2010. He has since become a professor at ASU, teaching in both the College of Public Programs and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. He is the founder of Goddard Law, where he focuses on dispute resolution, business disputes, appellate litigation, civil rights, administrative law, and business strategy.

Terry will be discussing his path to becoming and serving as the Arizona Attorney General.

Note: You must RSVP to reserve your in-person seat or receive the Zoom link and password.

Date and Time: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: Zoom

Hosted By: Tempe

More Info: Danyel Chleborad