Snell & Wilmer Attorney Derek Flint Joins Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona Board of Directors

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that Derek Flint (, an associate in its Phoenix office, was selected to join the board of directors for Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona (

One of 18 affiliates across the United States and Latin America, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona helps academically motivated middle and high school students rise above disadvantaged backgrounds and become successful in college and beyond. Its goal is to graduate young people who are physically, emotionally and academically prepared for post-secondary education and a productive life, breaking the cycle of poverty.

Flint is a member of the firm's Special Litigation and Compliance Group. He focuses his practice on representing businesses and individuals in international trade, healthcare and government relations matters. His government relations practice includes political law, election law and government contracting.

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Flint is also a member of the Investigations, Government Enforcement and White Collar Protection practice. In this capacity, he regularly conducts internal investigations and represents companies and individuals in a wide variety of matters relating to federal and state criminal, civil and regulatory enforcement.

About Snell & Wilmer

Founded in 1938, Snell & Wilmer is a full-service business law firm with more than 450 attorneys practicing in 15 locations throughout the United States and in Mexico, including Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona; Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego, California; Denver, Colorado; Washington, D.C.; Boise, Idaho; Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Portland, Oregon; Salt Lake City, Utah; Seattle, Washington; and Los Cabos, Mexico. The firm represents clients ranging from large, publicly traded corporations to small businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs. For more information, visit

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