Marion Wright Cain, Attorney
Marion W. Cain is a problem solver. Her multi-faceted background of education and experience lets her think out of the box and provide insight into your most complex problems.
Born and raised in Minnesota she started her career as a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor’s Degree in nursing from Northwestern University School of Medicine. After graduate work in Nursing Education at the University of Minnesota she taught Surgical and Orthopaedic Nursing in California. She went to law school in Sacramento while raising her 5 children. Having a special interest in real estate she became a California Real Estate Broker. After passing the California Bar practiced in Sacramento, mostly in Administrative Law.
She moved to San Antonio in 1980 as her sons were at the US Modern Pentathlon training center located there. After working as a rehabilitation nurse and a Realtor, in 1982 she opened her General Law Practice. She also taught Hospital Administration classes for Webster University, Park College, and Real Estate law classes for the Academy of Real Estate.
Marion W. Cain’s diversified background encourages her to see a client’s problem from many points of view which often leads to innovative cost effective problem solving.
|Education:||Northwestern University Medical School B.S.|
U.S. District Court Eastern District of California
U.S. District Court Western District of Texas
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