International Chief Tribune Arnold Hirsch


Arnold Hirsch received his B.A. from Hofstra University in 1974 and received his J.D. degree in 1978 from the University of Toledo. While at the University of Toledo, Arnold was initiated into the Sir Edward Coke Chapter, where he served as the Marshal and on the Recruitment of New Members Committee.
In 1993, Mr. Hirsch was appointed District V Justice, which included Arizona and New Mexico. At the time of appointment, District V was comprised of three Chapters; two in Arizona and one in New Mexico. During his nine years as District Justice, a Chapter was added in Nevada and subsequently, while serving on the International Executive Board, another Chapter has been chartered in Arizona. After serving as District Justice, Mr. Hirsch was elected to P.A.D.’s International Executive Board in 2002 and served six two-year consecutive terms; three as a Board Member at-large and 3 terms as International Treasurer. In 2014, he was elected to P.A.D.’s International Tribune as an Associate Tribune. Mr. Hirsch is also the recipient of Phi Alpha Delta's prestigious Meritorious Service Award.
Brother Hirsch is admitted to practice in the States of Ohio and Arizona. At the present time, Mr. Hirsch is practicing in the area of plaintiff’s personal injury and elder law, which includes estate planning, guardianships, conservatorships, wills, trusts, and probate. He is involved in the community as a Sustaining Member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers and as a member of the Arizona and American Trial Lawyers. In the past he has served on the Board of the local Chamber of Commerce and the local Lions Club.

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