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Chad Snow
Founding Partner/Deceased

10/27/1970-01/23/2022

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Attorney Chad Snow

Chad started The Law Offices of Chad Snow in 2003 as a single attorney with a cell phone and a desk on loan from a local attorney. That firm would evolve to become Snow, Carpio & Weekley in 2008. Chad’s interest in fighting for the rights of Arizona workers went beyond the courtroom. He frequented lobbies at the Arizona legislature on bills that affected workers and received multiple recognitions from organized labor for his efforts on workers’ behalf.
Chad was a native of Glendale, Arizona, and attended Alhambra High School in West Phoenix. After high school he served as a missionary for the LDS Church in Bilbao, Spain from 1990-1992. He worked his entire career in the workers’ compensation field and represented thousands of injured workers in front of the Industrial Commission and the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Prior to passing in January 2022, Chad fought a 5-year battle with multiple myeloma but never let it slow him down or change his love of serving people through his work, church callings and many civic contributions. He navigated his illness with grace and courage and continued to put his families’ and friends’ needs in front of his own until the end.
Less than a week before he passed, he was honored by the Arizona State Senate for his years of volunteer work and his commitment to injured workers, immigrants and those in need.
He is survived by his children, grandchildren, parents and siblings and will live on in the hearts of many.

Education

Bar Admissions

Professional Associations and Memberships

Languages

Education

Arizona State University Law School

Arizona State University - B.A. Spanish and Latino studies – 1997

Bar Admissions

Admitted to Practice Law: 2000

Admitted to State Bar of Arizona: October 23, 2000

Professional Associations and Memberships

2011 - Co-founder and Chairman of Citizens for a Better Arizona, a community organization fighting the abuses of power by County and State leaders.

November 2011 - He led the recall of Senate President Russell Pearce – the first time in United States history that a sitting legislative leader had been recalled from office.

2016 - Chad was awarded the Community Service Award by Los Abogados. For his efforts on behalf of the citizens of Arizona

Languages

English

Spanish

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