also known as J. Roger, Wood
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 HOA or Condo legal issue. Roger previously blogged about Association issues and now publishes a blog at his own website. He is also active on Twitter @RogerWoodHOALaw. Roger is also one of Arizona's preminent speakers on Association legal issues. Now, he hopes to use those skills to get Arizona homeowners good legal information about HOA concerns, legislation and legal trends.
Languages spoken: Spanish
Hourly ($250/hour), Fixed (sometimes)
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Pro Bono Lawyer of the Month||Maricopa County Volunteer Lawyer's Program||1998|
|Owner||The Law Offices of J. Roger Wood, PLLC||2011 - Present|
|Litigation Partner||Carpenter Hazlewood Delgado & Wood, PLC||2003 - 2011|
|Associate Attorney||Olcott & Shore, PLLC||2002 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Community Associations Institute||N/A||N/A|
|McDowell Mountain Ranch Community Association v. Simons||Association won appeal and remanded to lower court for a proper fee award.|
|See all legal cases|
|Community Association Resource, Community Associations Institute Central Arizona Chapter||The Three "C"s - Getting the Most Out of Your Collections Provider||2009|
|On Association Law and Other Musings||Various Blog Entries||N/A|
|Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law||N/A||N/A||1997|
|University of Arizona||English Literatureture with Honors||Bachelor of Arts||1994|
|Various Educational Seminars for Community Managers||Homeowners Association Legal Issues||2010|
|Community Associations Institute Law Seminar 2010||Stories from the Gen X Trenches||2010|
|Community Associations Institute Law Seminar 2009||So You Want to Be a Partner?||2009|
|Community Associations Institute Law Seminar||Avoiding the Pitfalls of Insurance Policy Notice Provisions: Why Your Client Cannot Afford Not to Give Notice of a Potential Claim||2008|
|Continuing Education for Community Managers||Transition from Developer Control||2007|
|Community Associations Institute Law Seminar||Good Legal Advice and Sound Management Decisions: Navigating the Relationship Between Community Association Attorney and Management Professional||2007|
|Casa Grande Community Class||Transition from Developer to Homeowner Control||2007|
|West Valley Citizens Academy||Transition from Developer Control||2005|
|Lorman Education||Issues Concerning the Development, Creation and Operation of the Arizona Office Condominium Association,||2005|
|Anthem Owners and Future Owners||Building the Anthem Community||2005|