Gregg Woodnick specializes in matters related to maltreatment of children and sentence mitigation. Other attorneys frequently call him as a consultant for such cases. He founded his law firm, Woodnick Law, in 2010 with an intention to help clients overcome their legal challenges.
Lawyer Woodnick represents parents accused of neglect and child abuse in Juvenile as well as Family courts. He also serves clients in matters related to Criminal, Divorce, and Custody. He helps clients in matters pending in courts throughout Arizona. He also serves as a Court Appointed Advisor to the Maricopa County Superior Court.
He adopts a distinct approach towards every case. He takes psychological as well as sociological factors of the case into consideration. His insight and focus assist him to negotiate good results for his clients. He tries to help his clients in such a way that they don’t need his services again.
The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education named him as a Top Pro Bono Attorney in the 2011 Arizona Attorney Magazine.
He is known for his commitment to the Anti-Defamation League’s 2010-2011 Glass Leadership Institute. At the ADL, he focuses on hate crimes and civil rights issues related to same-sex partners. He has also served as a cooperating counsel for the ACLU.
He has served as a guest instructor at Midwestern College of Osteopathic Medicine. He was an adjunct professor at the Arizona Summit School of law. He has also provided legal commentary for NBC News as well as National Public Radio.
Gregg Woodnick obtained a law degree from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Later, he handled child custody, child welfare, mental health, substance abuse, and criminal cases while working with his mentor, Lon S. Taubman for about a decade.
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