Mulcahy Law Firm's Community Association Classes

MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. provides classes and seminars for both board members and managers (free of charge) to ensure that they obtain and develop essential skills, develop a knowledge base and stay current with cutting edge information about community associations. Our educational programs will help association members, directors and community managers understand their legal duties and responsibilities allowing for the potential to prevent and minimize legal problems altogether.


SW Valley HOA Summit:
6/4- 6:00- 8:00 p.m.- Board Members Roles and Responsibilities & The Board of Directors Code of Conduct

Topics to be presented at this summit:

Board Members Roles and Responsibilities-participants will learn what boards should do to assure that the association's business is conducted in an efficient and professional manner. The legal duties of the board of directors including roles and responsibilities, fiduciary duty will be covered. We will also discuss training basics and mentoring of the new board member.

The Board of Directors Code of Conduct-An association board of director's Code of Conduct explains the expectations of board members with regard to ethical rules and procedures, standards of behavior and professional conduct while they serve as a director for their association. This class will discuss two types of codes of conduct for the board of directors and show attendees how to establish a code of conduct. examples of principles and guidelines within a code of conduct will also be included.

These classes are presented by the Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. In addition, a legislative update on bills related to HOAs will be provided, followed by a question-and-answer session to conclude this informative session.

Southwest Valley HOA Summits are open to the public and all are welcome. Registration is required.

Avondale City Hall (Sonoran Room) 11465 W Civic Center Drive, Avondale, AZ 85323

To register:

City of Surprise HOA Connection:
6/5- 10:00- 11:30 a.m.- NEW Arizona Legislation regarding planned communities, condominiums and community associations; Important Case Law that Affects How Associations Conduct Business; and Secrets to Having a Successful Association

16000 N. Civic Center Plaza, Community Room, Surprise 85374

To register: please call Ruby Sitea at (623) 222-3242 or email