Molly Reuben, Esq., who joined Taubman and Associates in 2012, brings to the firm an impressive educational, professional and community service-oriented background.
Ms. Reuben graduated Cum Laude and with High Pro Bono distinction from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. While at ASU, she participated in the Homeowner Advocacy Unit of the Civil Justice Clinic and the Lodestar Mediation Clinic, where she earned Certified Mediator accreditation. Ms. Reuben was honored to be named a Willard H. Pedrick Scholar and served with distinction as a Maricopa County Superior Court Judicial Extern in the Family Court division.
After being selected to join the prestigious Arizona State Law Journal, she was asked to serve as the Symposium Editor; as part of her responsibilities, Molly assisted in the planning of a Continuing Legal Education seminar centered on judicial remands. She actively participated in a Human Rights First Freedom of Information Act research and writing project and acted as a Civil Procedure teacher’s assistant for Dean Paul Berman.
Before deciding to pursue a career in law, Ms. Reuben worked at US Airways as part of their airport leadership and System’s Operation team in Tempe, Arizona. While working for the airline, Molly had the opportunity to nourish her love of travel. Ms. Reuben attended the College of Medicine at the University of Arizona where she completed courses in Anatomy, Physiology and Bioethics. Ms. Reuben’s undergraduate degree from the U of A is in Judaic Studies with a minor in Molecular and Cellular Biology; she graduated with many honors including high distinction, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa and National Dean’s List.
While in Tucson, she was awarded the Smith Memorial College Youth Award from the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona.
Despite rigorous educational pursuits and a busy life as a mother to three young children, Molly has remained active in volunteerism and philanthropy. She recently participated in the Adult Leadership Program for Congregation Beth Israel and was a delegate to the Anti-Defamation League’s Centennial celebration in Washington, D.C. as a member of the Glass Leadership Institute.