Denise Lowell-Britt Named in Best Lawyers in America 2016

Congratulations to Denise Lowell-Britt, named in Best Lawyers in America 2016, 22st Edition. Denise has been recognized by the publication every year since 2007! Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprising more   than 5.5 million confidential evaluations by top attorneys. Udall Shumway PLC is proud of Denise’s accomplishments and for being recognized by one of the most visible peer-review publications in the legal profession.

Ms. Lowell-Britt has been named a “Top Education Attorney” in Phoenix Magazine.   Ms. Lowell-Britt has also been listed in the 2015 and 2016 selections of Arizona’s Finest Lawyers. The firm and Ms. Lowell-Britt have also been repeatedly identified as providing the highest quality legal services in the area of Government Relations in “Ranking Arizona: The Best of Arizona Business”, including the most recent 2016 edition of this publication.

Ms. Lowell-Britt has been a regular presenter at State-wide conferences and conducts a great many in-service and training programs for school personnel on a variety of topics relating to education law.  She has also authored articles for National and State publications on a variety of topics of interest to educators.

Ms. Lowell-Britt has also been an adjunct faculty member for Arizona State University, teaching graduate level Education Law classes for the College of Education, Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.  She has been on the steering committee for the Arizona School Administrators “Principal and the Law” conference for 21 years.  She has also been a regular speaker at the annual law conferences sponsored by the Arizona School Boards Association, Arizona School Personnel Administrators, the Arizona Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE), and programs sponsored by the Arizona School Risk Retention Trust. In March 2009, Ms. Lowell-Britt was presented with the Lara Ganoung Award, which is CASE’s highest award recognizing leadership in the area of special education.