PHOENIX, AZ—Jones, Skelton & Hochuli is pleased to announce that its four new law clerks have passed their bar exams. Congratulations to Samantha Cote, Joshua Dunford, Kathryn Hunnicutt, and Anne-Grace Reule. They will be sworn in later this year.
All four clerks worked at the firm as part of our 2019 summer associate program, and graduated from law school May 2020. We are pleased they have chosen JSH to begin their law practice.
Samantha Cote works in the transportation, auto, products and general liability trial group. She earned her law degree at Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. During law school, Sam gained valuable experience working as a as an Alternative Dispute Resolution Extern at the City of Phoenix Prosecutor’s Office, and as an extern at the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office.
Joshua Dunford works in the firm’s transportation, auto, products and general liability trial group. He focuses his practice on automobile liability defense, general civil litigation, product liability defense, transportation defense, and alleged wrongful death and personal injury defense. While pursuing his J.D. from ASU, Josh was an honoree of the Dean’s Recruitment Award and a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar.
Kathryn Hunnicutt works in the firm’s Professional Liability & Complex Litigation Trial Group, focusing in the areas of insurance coverage, bad faith and extra-contractual liability, professional liability, and commercial and contract litigation. In addition to working as a summer associate at JSH, and most recently, she served as a law clerk at the City of Scottsdale Attorney’s Office where she researched applicable state and federal law and drafted memoranda for eleven attorneys.
Anne-Grace Reule practices in the areas of commercial litigation, auto liability, personal injury, general civil litigation and insurance defense. She represents clients in matters involving alleged wrongful death and catastrophic injury, premises and social host liability, products liability, and bad faith. While pursuing her law degree at ASU, In addition to earning legal experience as a summer law clerk at JSH and another Valley law firm, she was also in a summer externship position with the Arizona Justice Project.