Beth Mulcahy is the founding attorney and senior partner of the MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. The firm’s legal practice has focused on the representation of hundreds of community associations throughout the State of Arizona since 1996.
Beth graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science in 1992. While at Marquette, Beth played number one doubles for the varsity women’s tennis team for four consecutive years and was the team captain. Beth earned her Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University Law School in 1995 where she was on the Dean’s List and a member of the Marquette University Law Review. Beth is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin, Arizona and California.
Beth is passionate about education and actively speaks, writes and publishes for the Arizona community association industry. Beth authored a popular and informative weekly question and answer column for three years in Arizona’s daily newspaper, The Arizona Republic. She has also published articles in Community Association Institute’s (CAI) national publications, Journal of Community Association Law and Common Ground magazine. Under Beth’s tutelage, Mulcahy Law Firm publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled “Answers” and a monthly electronic update entitled “Mulcahy Memos”, both of which focus on timely and relevant community association issues. Beth’s popular “Mulcahy Cheat Sheets©” provide the basics of community association information and are heralded by boards as the best resource in the industry. Beth regularly speaks on the topic of community associations at seminars, conferences and workshops on state and national levels.
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