James Charles Michael Bannerman, Attorney
I have had a very interesting legal career. After graduating from University of Maryland in 1990. I did a micro pupillage as a barrister with John Balladen, the Rumpole of the Western Circuit, while attending University of Exeter Law School in England where I received an LL.M. in European Legal Studies. I worked on criminal cases during this period at the 14 Southernhay West Chambers in Exeter. After Law School, I worked at S.G. Archibald in Brussels concentrating on international criminal law. Prior to joining Mr. Artur's office I worked for the Department of Justice in Washington, DC where I concentrated on firearms cases. My experience in Philadelphia has been hands on. At times, it's a bit rough and tumble because everyday I get up and fight with district attorneys and attempt to charm judges and juries.
|Admissions:||District of Columbia 2005|
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania 1998
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