Andrew W. Gould served as a Justice on the Arizona Supreme Court from 2016 until March 2021. Prior to his service on the Supreme Court, he was a Judge on Division One of the Arizona Court of Appeals from 2012-2016 and as a Judge of the Superior Court in Yuma County from 2001-2011. During his judicial career, Gould authored over four hundred opinions, including Brush & Nib v. City of Phoenix, which held that a city ordinance compelling Christian business owners to create custom wedding invitations for same-sex weddings was unconstitutional.
Gould received his J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law in 1990. He began his legal career in Phoenix, Arizona, practicing in the fields of commercial litigation and complex torts. In 1994, he became a Deputy County Attorney, prosecuting major criminal cases for Yuma and Maricopa Counties. He served as Chief Civil Deputy for the Yuma County Attorney’s Office from 1999-2001. Justice Gould has previously served on the Arizona Supreme Court Commission on Technology, as the President of the Arizona Judges’ Association, and has taught at the Judicial Conference and New Judge Orientations. He has also served as an adjunct professor at Arizona State University Law School.
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