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2024 Arizona Town Hall Annual Meeting 

Thursday, June 13, 2024 | 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Conference Center at Rio - Rio Salado College, 2323 W. 14th St., Tempe, AZ 85281 | Online through Zoom

During this hybrid event, participants will hear presentations on the top potential topics for 2026 (as identified by our Annual Topic Survey).

The event and presentations are open to the public and a great program for anyone interested in the hottest issues facing Arizona. After speaker presentations, participants will engage in panel discussions on the three topics presented, have the opportunity to introduce potential topics, and help select the 2026 topic.

Community Town Halls will also be held on the chosen topic. These smaller sessions will tap into communities across the state in order to capture input from Arizona's many diverse perspectives. 

Click here for more information on the 2024 topic Voting and Elections in Arizona. Click here to see previous Town Hall topics and their reports.

The topic chosen for 2025 is Workforce Development with a focus that includes housing.

During the luncheon, attendees will hear from speakers on potential future Town Hall topics. Below are the topics that will be considered for 2026 town hall sessions.

  • Affordable Housing
  • Water
  • Climate Change


2024 Shirley Agnos Arizona Town Hall Legacy Award

During the program will be the presentation of the 2024 Shirley Agnos Arizona Town Hall Legacy Award to Patricia K. Norris.

Patricia K. Norris served on the Arizona Court of Appeals (Division One) from 2003 to 2017, when she retired from the court. Before joining the court, Pat was a partner at Lewis and Roca, Phoenix. Pat has taught as an adjunct professor at the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, published articles on civil litigation, and co-edited the Arizona Attorneys’ Fees Manual (all editions). She is a frequent lecturer at legal and judicial education programs.

Pat participates in several committees and programs of the State Bar of Arizona, works on various Arizona court projects, and serves as a hearing panel member and volunteer settlement officer for the Supreme Court’s Office of the Presiding Disciplinary Judge. Pat has been honored by the Arizona Women Lawyers Association, the Maricopa County Bar Association, and the Arizona Association for Justice for her contributions to the legal profession and the judiciary. In 2017, the State Bar awarded Pat the James A. Walsh Outstanding Jurist Award. In 2018, the ASU College of Law selected her as its Outstanding Alumna, and in 2019, the State Bar selected Pat as its Member of the Year.

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