William G. Ridenour

William G. Ridenour, an Arizona native, was born in Safford, Arizona and raised in Kingman, Arizona.  Bill graduated from the University of Arizona (BA 1966, JD 1970) with a Masters Degree through the Eagleton Institute of Practical Politics.  He is a former aide to Senators Goldwater and Fannin and is an avid Arizona history buff.  He has an extensive collection of western and Native American art.  His practice emphasizes banking, corporate law and commercial litigation.

  • Agriculture
  • Corporate and Business Planning
  • Financial Institutions and Banking
  • Real Estate, Zoning and Environmental Services
  • Judge pro tem, Maricopa County Superior Court
  • Represented the State of Arizona in financing and relocating Hughes Helicopter to Mesa Arizona
  • Various articles on lender liability, financial institution representation, and foreclosure issues
  • Frequent speaker on real estate and lender-related issues
  • University of Arizona, B.A. (1966)
  • Rutgers University, M.A. with highest distinction (1967)
  • University of Arizona, J.D. (1970)
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Freeman Medal
  • Associated Student President (1965-66)
  • Student Bar Association (1968-69)
  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Arizona Bar Association
  • Maricopa County Bar Association
  • University of Arizona Phoenix Alumni, Board of Directors
  • Johnson Bank Arizona, Board of Directors
  • Arizona March of Dimes, Chairman
  • Arizona Courts
  • Federal Courts
  • Arizona History and Art
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