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  1. Ethics & Professional Responsibility: 100%
    40 years, 50 cases



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  • John M McKindles

    I endorse this lawyer's work. He has written numerous articles which have been very instructive. His background and experience are unparalleled, making him one of the best resources available in his practice area. I would strongly recommend anyone needing the services he provides to consult with him.


    John McKindles Real Estate Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Denise M Quinterri

    I highly endorse this lawyer's work. David Dodge is highly respected in the ethics field and with good reason. He has been actively involved in lawyer discipline matters for many years-- having served in the past as a hearing officer and later as a member (and chair) of the Disciplinary Commission-- and having represented many lawyers in related matters thereafter. His numerous articles on ethics demonstrate his expertise but perhaps more importantly, reflect his true enjoyment of the subject matter and his ability to break down what some may view as boring rules into easily digestible, informative and interesting stories. This is what makes Mr. Dodge an invaluable asset as an expert witness. Plus, he is the nicest guy you would ever want to meet.


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Contact info

David D. Dodge PLC

4049 N. 57th Place
Phoenix, AZ, 85018-4602


AZActive 198105/27/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Best Lawyers in America: Ethics and Professional ResponsibilityBest Lawyers2012
MemberArizona's Finest Lawyers2012
Lawyer of the Year: Ethics and Professional ResponsibilityBest Lawyers in America2012
Award of MeritOhio Legal Center Institute1978
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PrincipalLieberman, Dodge, Sendrow & Gerding1988 - 2008
PrincipalEaton, Lazarus & Dodge1981 - 1988
Associate, then PartnerFrost & Jacobs1965 - 1981
Association namePosition nameDuration
Association of Professional Responsibility LawyersN/A1998 - Present
State Bar of ArizonaN/A1981 - Present
Maricopa County Bar AssociationN/A1981 - Present
American Bar AssociationN/A1968 - Present
Ohio State Bar AssociationN/A1965 - Present
Cincinnati Bar AssociationN/A1965 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Thomas v. TehanN/A
Fund Manager v. CorbinN/A
Siporin v. CarringtonN/A
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Publication nameTitleDate
Arizona AttorneyWhen Lawyers Behave Badly2008
Arizona AttorneyLawyers as Police? What's New in Confidentiality2004
Arizona AttorneyThe Secrets Lawyers Keep: A New World of Client Confidences2002
Arizona AttorneyDidn't I explain That to You? (What You Don't Tell a Client Can Get You in Real Trouble)2001
Arizona AttorneyWant to Save $1,000,000? Return Your Calls2000
Arizona AttorneyWhen Your Client Wants To Lie1998
Arizona AttorneyLawyers as Targets: Internal Revenue's New Attorney Project1994
The ForumSurety's Rights to Indemnification From the Principal for Attorneys' Fees Incurred in Defense of Suit Brought on its Bond1981
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Michigan Law SchoolN/AJD - Juris Doctor1965
Princeton UniversityPsychologyA.B.1960
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
CLEEthics for Lawyers2010
CLELegal Professionalism/Conflicts of Interest2010
CLELawyer Ethics and TV2010
CLETitle Law in Arizona2009
CLEArizona Bar Course on Professionalism2009
CLETV Legal (Ethics)2009
CLELegal Ethics: Duties and Guidelines2009
CLELawyers Behaving Badly2008
CLETitle Law in Arizona2008
CLELegal Ethics: Duties and Guidelines for Lawyers2008
CLETV Legal (Ethics)2008