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Mr. Hugh Glen Hart Jr.

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  • Law School: SMU School of Law J.D. 1965
  • Status: In Good Standing
  • Licensed: 52 years

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School Degree Major Graduation
Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University J.D. Law School 1965
State / Court Date
District of Columbia 1970
Texas 1965
US Supreme Court N/A

TX State Lawyer Additional Information: Statutory Profile last Certification Date: 08/22/2003 Primary Practice Location: Washington, District Of Columbia

Service Type:General

Update Date:2015-09-03


MAIN LOCATION

1140 23rd St Nw
Apt 808
Washington, DC 20037

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