Also known as J. Roger, Wood

James R Wood

James R Wood

Litigation Lawyer
Tempe, AZ




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About Me

Roger has been practicing law since 1998. He worked with a few small general practice firms before settling in to representing community associations in 2002. With almost 10 years of working FOR Arizona's HOAs and Condominums, he now works to represent the rights of homeowners. He's putting the "H" back in HOA and provides Arizona homeowners with advice and litigation services related to their...

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Payments & Fees


Fixed (Sometimes), Hourly ($250/hour)

Client Reviews

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A waste of time and money.

Posted by: a client about 1 month ago.

J. R. Wood office was eager to get my business, would do nothing until paid upfront. Then took a full month to write the first draft to the HOA, and...

Just Right

Posted by: Bryan 4 months ago.

Just what I wanted, when I needed it. Mr. Wood handled an issue with my HOA and came upon a settlement that both parties could agree upon. If you...
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1998 License Status: Active for the state of Arizona.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/17/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2011 – present

The Law Offices of J. Roger Wood, PLLC


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Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law


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1998 Pro Bono Lawyer of the Month

Maricopa County Volunteer Lawyer's Program


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Community Associations Institute

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2009 The Three "C"s - Getting the Most Out of Your Collections Provider

Community Association Resource, Community Associations Institute Central Arizona Chapter

Various Blog Entries

On Association Law and Other Musings

Speaking Engagements

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2010 Homeowners Association Legal Issues

at Various Educational Seminars for Community Managers

2010 Stories from the Gen X Trenches

at Community Associations Institute Law Seminar 2010

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