Justice Clint Bolick
Supreme Court Justice
Clint Bolick was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey and was retained by the voters for a six-year term in 2018.
Prior to joining the Court, Justice Bolick litigated constitutional cases in state and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has served as Vice President for Litigation at the Goldwater Institute and Co-founder and Vice President for Litigation at the Institute for Justice. He has litigated in support of school choice, freedom of enterprise, private property rights, freedom of speech, and federalism, and against racial classifications and government subsidies.
Justice Bolick received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of California at Davis, and his Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude from Drew University. He was named one of the 90 Greatest DC Lawyers in the Last 30 Years by Legal Times, received a Bradley Prize, and was recognized as one of the nation’s three lawyers of the year by American Lawyer.
Justice Bolick is a prolific author of many books and articles, serves as an adjunct professor at ASU, and has served as a lecturer at Harvard University.