Trujillo elected president of Community Legal Services

Susan (submitted photo)

Susan Brichler Trujillo (submitted photo)

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP announced that local partner Susan Brichler Trujillo, office chair of the Health Law Practice Group, has been elected president of the board of Community Legal Services.

Community Legal Services is an Arizona nonprofit that provides legal assistance, advice, and representation to individuals below the federal poverty level. A longtime member of the board of directors, Ms. Trujillo most recently served as the organization’s vice president.

Ms. Trujillo’s practice includes representation of health care clients, including retail pharmacies, pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers and wholesale distributors, pharmacy benefit managers, hospitals, behavioral health providers, and long term care facilities in the areas of regulatory compliance, contract disputes, licensing issues, and litigation matters.

She earned her law degree from the University of Notre Dame Law School and her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Arizona.

In addition to her work with Community Legal Services, Ms. Trujillo is currently a board member of Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council. Active in the firm’s community outreach program, she is past chair of the organization’s Quarles Cares program.

Ms. Trujillo has also represented Arizona on behalf of Quarles & Brady, serving as a Fellow in the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy, one of only 26 leaders selected statewide.

Ms. Bailin is a volunteer correspondent at the North Valley Office of Independent Newsmedia.

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