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After serving as a Superior Court Judge in Pima County for over 24 years, in June 2010, Judge Warner transitioned from the bench to private practice where she emphasizes: Dispute Resolution Family Law Guardianships/Conservatorships Expert Witness/Case evaluation
In the area of Dispute Resolution, she serves as a mediator and arbitrator in family law and other civil cases. Additionally, she serves as a parenting coordinator in family law cases. She also has a limited practice in representing parties in contested family law cases. Also, she also represents people who are the subject of guardianship and conservatorship cases in Superior Court. She is also available for consultation as an expert witness and for case evaluation.
Judge Warner continues her community work by serving as a member of the Commission on Trial Court appointments in Pima County, member of the Governing Body of the Arizona State Hospital, board member of the Girls Scouts of Southern Arizona, board member of the Dance Advisory Board of the University of Arizona and board member of the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy.
Nanette M. Warner, born Phoenix, AZ; admitted to bar, 1976, Arizona; 1976, U.S. District Court, District of Arizona; 1983, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Education: University of Arizona (B.A., 1973, with highest distinction, member Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi honoraries and recipient of the Freemen Medal); Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 1976), Pepperdine University School of Law, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution "Mediating the Litigated Case" course (2010); Previous employment: Judge Superior Court of Arizona, Pima County, 1986-2010 where served as presiding juvenile court judge, presiding family bench judge and presiding mental health court and competency judge; also served on criminal and civil benches. Former member of Miller, Pitt and McAnally, 1973-1986. Professional activities and committees: Member Supreme Court rules committees: Family Law Rules of Procedure and Juvenile Court Rules, Committee on Superior Courts, and Committee on Juvenile Courts. Teaching experience: Regular presenter at various courses offered by the Arizona Judicial College and Arizona State Bar; Arizona Judicial College Faculty 2007-2010, adjunct faculty University of Arizona College of Law , 1985; Awards: 1999 ABA Award of Judicial Excellence; 2006 Woman of the Year, Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce; 2008 University of Arizona Alumni Award for Public Service; 2001 Greater Tucson Leader, Greater Tucson Leadership Council; 2001 YWCA Woman on the Move;, 1998 AZ State Bar award for Excellence in Juvenile Law. Articles: Arizona State Bar Family Law Newsletter, "A View from the Bench: Rules of Family Law Procedure," Winter 2009; Pima Bar Association Writ— "New Child Support Guidelines Considered", Feb. 1987, Family Law update, November 2002, "Deviations from Child Support Guidelines." March 2003, "New Self-service center opens" September 2003; ABA, Permanency Project: Pima County Juvenile Court Improvement, 1998; Arizona Trial Lawyers, Summation, "Working the Venue Puzzle" and Understanding Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists Insurance Coverage. Member: Pima County Bar Association, Association of Family Court and Community Professionals, Arizona State Bar Family Law and Dispute Resolution Sections, Arizona Women Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section.
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