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Mr. Scott P. Landry

 Ninetales

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School Degree Major Graduation
Sturm College of Law, University of Denver JD Law School 1992
State / Court Date
Wyoming 2010
Colorado 1992
New Mexico N/A

WY State Lawyer Additional Information: Public Discipline: No CO State Lawyer Additional Information: Original Bar Admit Date: 10/15/1992 Colorado Bar Association: Member Memberships (Bars, Sections, Committees): Denver Bar Association; Litigation Section; Leadership Positions; President, Specialty & Minority Bar Assoc Officers

Service Type:Private

Update Date:2015-10-15


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9896 Rosemont Avenue
Suite 104
Lone Tree, CO 80124

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