Admitted in Arizona in 1973. Preparatory education: University of Maryland (B.S. College of Business & Public Administration, 1969); legal education: Cornell Law School (J.D., 1972). Mr. Murray was the head of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office’s Rackets Unit from 1975-1980 and directed its criminal prosecution efforts against complex conspiratorial crimes. From 1980-1991 he was head of the Civil Racketeering Section of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office where he helped to pioneer the use of civil remedies against organized criminal behavior. Since 1991 Mr. Murray has practiced commercial litigation in the private bar. Member: State Bar of Arizona, Business Law, Business Law and Litigation Sections, Maricopa County Bar Association. Publications, Lectures, Public Testimony: Mr. Murray has testified as an expert before state legislatures in Arizona, Kentucky, New York and Florida in support of racketeering legislation and civil remedial enforcement used against complex conspiratorial crime. Since 1979 had authored most of the fine-tuning provisions of Arizona’s Racketeering Act. Has testified before the United States Senate’s Committee on the Judiciary regarding organized crime and bankruptcy fraud. Has published guide books on drafting and prosecuting civil RICO claims, in cooperation with the National Association of Attorneys General and the National College of District Attorneys each of which he serves as a faculty member. He also lectures on courtroom techniques, parallel proceedings, testifying in court and negotiations and settlement of complex cases. Community: Mr. Murray is a former member of the Board of Directors of The Phoenix Zoo and President of the Wildest Club in Town (the Zoo’s professional auxiliary). After serving on the Phoenix Zoo’s Board, he served as President of the Board of Directors of Sereno Soccer Club, a not-for-profit organization considered one of the nations leading soccer clubs.