Nina Edidin is a native of Chicago, Illinois. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where she attended law school. After graduation, Ms. Edidin worked as an Assistant District Attorney, in the child support section. Later, she became the attorney for the state office of Child Support Enforcement where among other duties was responsible for drafting or amending all the child support statutes to meet the substantially similar requirement of the Social Security Act (Sec. IV-D). Later she became an Assistant Attorney General and argued the constitutionality of child support guidelines in the State Supreme Court.
Following her family to the sunny state of Arizona, Ms. Edidin first practiced in Yuma where she was appointed to the Fatality Review Commission. After her move to Phoenix, she practiced both family law and landlord tenant law.
- Georgia State University : Juris Doctorate – 1996
- University of Illinois: Masters of Urban Planning
- University of Illinois: Bachelors in Social Work
- State of Arizona: 2008 – Rule 38; 2010
- State of Georgia: 1996 (inactive)
- S. District Court:
District of Arizona
Northern District of Georgia
Middle District of Georgia
Georgia Supreme Court