Stephen J.P. Kupiszewski was born in Lake Whales, Florida. He came to Arizona when he was recruited to swim for Arizona State University. He Swam for ASU and was team captain for the ASU swim team in 1984-85. He received his B.S. in Business from ASU in 1986. Steve attended Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama graduating in December 1989. Stephen worked as an Assistant Attorney General representing the Arizona Department of Economic Security. He joined Tielborg, Sanders & Parks practicing in the areas of medical malpractice and insurance defense. Steve returned to Public Service at the Legal Defender's office. Stephen was appointed to the Superior Court bench as a Commissioner and began his career as a judicial officer on August 3, 2001. Stephen has presided over countless settlement conferences and jury and non-jury trials in addition to deciding motions in complex cases. He served on the Criminal, Family, Probate, Juvenile, Mental Health, Tax and Civil calendars, spending the majority of his time on the bench in the areas probate, family and civil matters.
Jennifer has an undergraduate degree from Arizona State University in Microbiology with graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1997. She graduated from ASU law in 1999 in the top 25% of her class. Jennifer was an Assistant Attorney General representing the Arizona Department of Economic Security in juvenile court cases involving dependency, severance and guardianship matters. For the Maricopa County Public Fiduciary she handled cases involving Guardian and Conservatorship for incapacitated adults. At the Center for Disability Law she was co-counsel on the class action lawsuit, Jason K. v. Eden, representing families in obtaining mental health services. She also represented families in eligibility hearings against the Division of Developmental Disability, Arizona Long Term Care and she oversaw the Traumatic Brain Injury Program. Jennifer has substantial litigation experience and she handles cases that involve mulitple courts and complex issues such as, disability, abuse or neglect of vulnerable children and adults. She is currently on the board of Raising Special Kids.
Christina has a background in developing housing and adult day care facilities for seniors, homeless families and people with disabilities. She decided to go to law school after a 17-year career in the construction industry in order to better serve our community's most vulnerable populations. Christina attended Arizona Summit Law School and was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2014. She serves in the Volunteer Lawyers Program. Christina likes to spend time with her family and go hiking with her dogs. She also likes to go motorcycle riding with her husband.
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