Steven M Friedman
Begam & Marks
111 W Monroe Suite 1400
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1787
602-254-6071 • email@example.com
Steven M. Friedman is a member in our law firm, and is actively engaged in the personal injury trial practice throughout the State of Arizona. He has attained significant plaintiffs’ verdicts in interstate trucking litigation, medical malpractice, premises liability, automobile, and product liability cases. Mr. Friedman is admitted to practice law in Missouri and Arizona, and was admitted to the District Court for the District of Arizona and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1966, and the United States Supreme Court in 1972. He is also certified as a Specialist in Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation by the State Bar of Arizona. Steven M. Friedman attended the University of Colorado in Boulder, and earned an A.B. degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 1962. He earned his Juris Doctoris degree from Washington University College of Law in 1965 and then did post graduate work at New York University Graduate School of Law. Mr. Friedman has lectured extensively in the areas of trial practice and ethics for the American Association for Justice (formerly ATLA), the State Bar of Arizona, and the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association. He was a member of the Arizona State Bar Committee on Rules of Professional Conduct (the Ethics Committee) for 20 years, and served as a State Supreme Court Hearing Officer in disciplinary matters for more than two decades. Mr. Friedman has also spent many years as a Judge Pro Tempore of the Maricopa County Superior Court. Active in the community as well as the bar, in the 1960s Mr. Friedman co-founded Hacienda De Los Angeles, (now Hacienda Healthcare) a home for the profoundly handicapped. He was on the Board of Directors for several years and served as its chairperson. Mr. Friedman served a term on the Washington University Alumni Board of Governors. His community services include past and current membership of the Board of Directors of Jewish Family and Children’s services, an organization he chaired.