Judy Drickey-Prohow, Esq., officially joined Scott Clark’s firm in 2010, after spending twenty-eight years at the Civil Rights Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. Ms. Drickey-Prohow is licensed in Arizona and primarily represents companies and individuals in the residential property management business on matters related to fair housing, affordable housing, and employment law issues. Ms. Drickey-Prohow is a Judge Pro Tem and a featured author in the Arizona Multihousing Association News and the Journal of the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business.
ADMITTED: Licensed to practice law in Arizona
AREAS OF PRACTICE:· Landlord-Tenant (Residential) · Affordable · Fair Housing Training, Consultation and Defense · Employment Law
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:· Member Arizona Multi Housing Association (AMA), participating on the Government Affairs Committee · Member State Bar of Arizona Labor and Employment Law Section · Twice nominated for AMA Industry Partner of the Year Award (2010 and 2011)
PRESENTATIONS:· Guest lecturer: Arizona MultiHousing Association Landlord/Tenant Law and Fair Housing Law · Past Presenter at Arizona Bar Association Labor & Employment Law Seminars on Equal Opportunity Law · Instructor for Courts and State Agencies on Equal Opportunity Law, Sexual Harassment, Fair Labor Standards Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, and Americans with Disabilities Act.
PUBLICATIONS: · Author of numerous articles and regular contributor of legal articles published in the AMA Apartment News magazine and the Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business. Twice chapter editor of State Bar of Arizona Employment Law Handbook (Arizona Civil Rights Act) – Coauthor with United States Department of Education on Harassment in the Schools Manual.