Hendricks has been litigating in state and federal courts since his graduation
from law school and admission to the bar in 1969. For the past 34 years, Mr. Hendricks
has handled a variety of civil litigation matters with an emphasis on complex
commercial and tort cases. In 1991, he served as Special Counsel to the Arizona
State Senate Ethics Committee in connection with the AZSCAM investigation and
the proceedings that led to the first impeachment of an Arizona State Senator.
addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Hendricks serves as a mediator and an
arbitrator in both commercial and tort matters.
Hendricks received his law degree in 1969 from the University of Arizona College
of Law where he served as Note & Comment Editor of the Arizona Law Review
and was selected as a member of the Order of Coif. He received his undergraduate
degree from Santa Clara University in 1963. He served as a U.S. Army Military
Police Officer at Sandia Base, New Mexico, from 1963 to 1966.
his current activities outside the practice, Mr. Hendricks is a Fellow of the
International Academy of Trial Lawyers, an elected member of the American Law
Institute, and a member of the Board of Visitors of each of the two Arizona law
schools. He has served as a Judge Pro Tempore in the Maricopa County Superior
Court since 1980 and has twice served as a Judge Pro Tempore in the State of Arizona
Court of Appeals.
Hendricks has lectured extensively on general litigation issues and has published
numerous articles on those and other subjects. In 1989, he was a Visiting Professor
of Law at the Arizona State University College of Law where he taught Evidence
and Trial Practice.
Hendricks has been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocates as a Civil
Trial Advocate and has been listed in the Best Lawyers in America (Business Litigation)
for the past 20 years. He has also been certified as an arbitrator by the American
Arbitration Association (Commercial Panel) and as a mediator by the Arizona Dispute
Hendricks is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Arizona, the
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States.
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