ON-Lion Letter

In January, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey appointed Bradley Prize recipient Clint Bolick to the Arizona Supreme Court.  Bolick co-founded the Institute for Justice (IJ) and was president of the Alliance for School Choice.  In 2007, he became vice president for litigation at the Goldwater Institute in Phoenix.

Bolick will replace retiring Justice Rebecca Berch.  He was among seven candidates recommended to the Gov. Ducey by the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments.

"I'm proud of the many victories for freedom we have achieved at the Goldwater Institute over the past eight years," Bolick said.  "I am deeply honored by Gov. Ducey's appointment from a highly distinguished group of nominees, and am excited to bring my experience in constitutional law to the Arizona Supreme Court."

"As a litigator, Clint Bolick has vindicated the fundamental constitutional rights of all Americans, including winning landmark cases that protected the right to earn an honest living and expanded educational options for children nationwide," Goldwater Institute president and fellow Bradley Prize recipient Darcy Olsen said.  "Americans can count on Clint to be on the side of all Americans in defending our constitutional freedoms."

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee substantially supports IJ and the Goldwater Institute.

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