Phyllis Smiley Elected as Arizona City Attorneys Association President
Smiley begins her one-year term immediately.
Phoenix, AZ (September 27, 2016) – The Arizona City Attorneys Association (ACAA) has announced that Gust Rosenfeld attorney Phyllis Smiley has been elected as President of the ACAA. Smiley begins her one-year term immediately.
“I am honored to be elected President of the ACAA. The ACAA provides an important forum for Arizona’s city attorneys to discuss legal issues affecting their cities and towns as well as developing vital relationships with their peers,” said Smiley. “I am excited to serve alongside my fellow city attorneys in this capacity.”
Gust Rosenfeld partners Andrew McGuire, Public Law Group Section Chair, and Susan Goodwin have both served as President of the ACAA.
The ACAA is an affiliate group of the League of Arizona Cities and Towns. The ACAA is comprised of attorneys, assistant attorneys, and deputy attorneys for the 91 cities and towns in Arizona.
Smiley’s practice is focused on all aspects of municipal law, including general legal advice, contracts, employment, open meeting law, elections, land use, real estate transactions, telecom, and eminent domain. She serves as City/Town Attorney for multiple Arizona cities and towns and provides support for other municipalities represented by the firm. Smiley’s litigation experience includes condemnation, quiet title, discrimination, civil rights defense, campaign finance enforcement actions, and transaction privilege tax collections.
About Gust Rosenfeld
Gust Rosenfeld is a full-service law firm established in 1921 with offices in Phoenix, Tucson, and Wickenburg. The firm is known for the quality of its lawyers and legal advice as well as its creative insights and practical solutions in business, public and civil law. Gust Rosenfeld is experienced in alternative dispute resolution, bankruptcy and creditor’s rights, business and corporate law, commercial finance, education law, environmental law, franchises and franchising, health care, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, natural resources, public finance, public law, real estate, taxation, and trusts and estates.