Edwin C. Bull

Burch & Cracchiolo P.A.


Ed is the senior member among the firm’s zoning and real estate attorneys. Certified as a Real Estate Specialist by the State Bar of Arizona, his practice involves the full range of real estate entitlements including zoning, general plan amendments, specific area plan approvals and amendments, interpretations, variances, use permits, subdivision and site plan approvals, annexation, development agreements, construction permits, development impact fees, real estate transactions, right-of-way abandonments and other development-related matters. Ed’s practice also involves various administrative processes, eminent domain, and due diligence for potential purchasers of real estate. As a former trial lawyer whose longest trial as a young lawyer lasted three months, Ed still "knows his way around the courthouse" if necessary to protect his clients' rights and expectations.

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Education J.D., Arizona State University, 1980 B.A., University of Nebraska at Lincoln, 1976

Bar Admissions Arizona

Professional Memberships State Bar of Arizona Maricopa County Bar Association

Honors & Awards Selected, Best Lawyers in America, 2014 and 2018 Lawyer of the Year, Phoenix, Land Use and Zoning Law Selected, Best Lawyers in America, Land Use and Zoning Law 2003-2019 edition Selected, Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law 2003-2019 edition Selected, Southwest Super Lawyers 2007-2018 Selected, Arizona’s Finest Lawyers 2011-2018 Selected, Arizona Business Magazine Top 100 Lawyers, 2014-2017 Listed, Chambers & Partners USA Guide, 2005-2017 Ranked AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5, Martindale-Hubbell

Community Involvement Ed has participated over the years in diverse community, civic, philanthropic, development, and political activities. He has also participated in numerous Planning processes and Zoning Ordinance updates in various municipalities.

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702 E. Osborn Road, Suite 200
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
United States

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  • Administrative Law
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Real Estate Development
  • Real Estate Finance
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