Josh Bendor named to William E. Morris Institute Board

June 28, 2018

Josh Bendor has been selected as a member of the Board of Directors of the William E. Morris Institute for Justice, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of low-income Arizonans.

An associate in the firm’s litigation group, Bendor’s practice focuses on appeals, civil litigation and professional liability. His practice also includes significant pro bono work, representing those who do not have equal access to justice. He previously was a law clerk for U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Andrew Hurwitz (Ninth Circuit) and U.S. District Court Judge Paul A. Engelmayer (Southern District of New York).

Since 1996, the Institute has been advocating for low-income Arizonans. It is named for William E. Morris, an attorney who was director of litigation for Southern Arizona Legal Aid before his death in 2000. More information about the Institute is available at