Keith Swisher is a national ethics expert, law professor, and former associate dean of faculty scholarship and development at Arizona Summit Law School (Phoenix School of Law). He serves as (1) ethics counsel to lawyers, law firms, and judges and (2) expert witness in disqualification, legal malpractice, ineffective assistance of counsel, and disciplinary matters. He also represents indigent defendants on federal criminal appeals. Professor Swisher teaches professional responsibility and has taught torts, pretrial practice, and jurisprudence. His scholarship is regularly published and cited in the areas of legal and judicial ethics and disqualification, and he founded the first blogs on judicial ethics and lawyer disqualification. He is a member of the State Bar of Arizona’s Ethics Committee, Fee Arbitration Committee, and the O’Connor Advisory Committee of the Quality Judges Initiative (IAALS/University of Denver). He previously served on the Editorial Board of ABA/BNA Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct and the State Bar’s Professionalism Committee. In 2011, he received the ABA’s Rosner & Rosner Young Lawyer Professionalism Award.
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