J. Reuben Clark Law Society
Arizona Eastern Arizona Chapter
The first meeting of the Eastern Arizona Chapter of the JRCLS was held March 13, 2009 at a church meetinghouse in Safford, Arizona. Joseph Bentley initiated the organization of the chapter after the annual fireside featuring Elder Quentin Cook. D. Corey Sanders, C. Robert Pursley, Jared O. Smith, and David Griffith were among the founding members. Although this chapter is young, its members have already benefited from attending events with several notable speakers including Charles E. “Bud” Jones, former member of Mesa Arizona Temple Presidency and Arizona Supreme Court, and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Anderson, a native of Safford and who is the daughter of Guy Anderson for whom the moot court room is named at the J. Reuben Clark Law School.