Ralph E Ellinwood Born in Tucson in 1944, Mr. Ellinwood is the eldest of the fourth generation of this territorial family. Mr. Ellinwood has continued a legacy of lawyering established by his great-grandfather E.E. Ellinwood, who moved to Arizona in 1889.
Ellinwood was a lawyer of prominence in Arizona. Among many honors, he served as a United States Attorney, a district attorney, a member of the Arizona Constitutional Convention, candidate for Governor, and member of the Arizona Board of Regents.
Ralph Ellinwood’s maternal grandfather, Harry O. Juliani, a co-founder of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, was also a lawyer. Mr. Juliani took a special interest in cases of immigrants and underrepresented people in their struggle for individual rights and fair treatment.
Ralph Ellinwood’s uncle, John C. Ellinwood, was a distinguished member of a prominent Phoenix law firm for many years.