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Mr Steven Smith

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  • Law School: Boston Univ. Law
  • Status: Inactive
  • Licensed: 27 years

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School Degree Major Graduation
Boston University School of Law Law School N/A
Univ of Utah; Salt Lake City UT Bachelor N/A N/A
State / Court Date
California 1989

CA State Lawyer Additional Information: District: Outside California Status History, 7/1/2009 Not Eligible To Practice Law: 1/1/2001 Inactive Administrative Actions: 7/1/2009 Suspended: failed to pay Bar membr. fees Not Eligible To Practice Law

Service Type:General

Update Date:2016-03-24


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New York, NY 10011

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