Areas of Practice
- B.A., History, minor in Business, University of Arizona – Tucson
Jon Rudolph is a Policy Analyst in the Government Affairs & Advocacy Group at McDonald Carano. He has extensive experience interpreting and understanding statutes, preparing and presenting in front of committees and caucuses, conducting and summarizing legislative and statistical research, drafting amendments and amendment explanations, interacting with elected officials, and developing and maintaining productive working relationships with government personnel.
As a policy analyst, Jon focuses on studying the impact that current and proposed laws may have on individuals, community groups, businesses, and other organizations. He develops reports that explain his research and findings to assist with the process of creating and influencing legislation and government policy. Jon has experience in many areas, including international affairs, commerce, appropriations, taxation, health, financial services, and veteran affairs. He has a deep understanding of the political process and keeps clients up to date on important issues relating to government affairs, legislative advocacy, and regulatory developments.
Prior to joining McDonald Carano, Jon worked for numerous committees at the Arizona House of Representatives in Phoenix, Arizona. He served as (1) a Legislative Research Analyst for the committees on State & International Affairs and Regulatory Affairs, (2) an Assistant Research Analyst for the committees on Appropriations, Commerce, Government, Health, Military Veterans & Regulatory Affairs, and Ways & Means, and (3) a Legislative Intern for the committees on Banking & Financial Services and Insurance. Jon served at the Arizona House of Representatives for more than five legislative sessions.
Jon received a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Business from the University of Arizona in Tucson. He graduated with cum laude honors from the University of Arizona where he also received a Mortar Board Senior Honor Society Junior Student Award and successfully completed the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Consortium and Summer Research Institute program. Jon is also bilingual and speaks Spanish fluently.
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