MARK RUBIN has joined Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, P.C. His practice areas include business, real estate, probate and fiduciary law. Rubin, who has practiced law in Tucson since 1981, was a sole practitioner for 10 years. He also practiced with the firm of Slutes, Sakrison, Grant, Hill & Rubin, P.C. A graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law, Rubin is a member of the College’s Board of Visitors. He has served on the Arizona Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission and as a trustee for the State Bar of Arizona Client Protection Fund. He chairs the B’nai Tzedek Jewish Youth Philanthropy program, which was the recipient of a 2009 Association of Fundraising Professionals Youth in Philanthropy Award. He is past chair of the Tucson Jewish Community Center, and he and his wife, Jane Wilson, are founding members of Social Venture Partners of Greater Tucson.
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