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Travis W. Poole

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Travis was born and raised in Edgewater, Maryland. He received his B.A. as a dual major in History and Public Policy from St. Mary's College of Maryland and received his law degree from the University of Baltimore. Prior to joining Poole & Kane, P.A., Travis worked as a real estate settlement attorney and then served as a law clerk to the Hon. W. Kennedy Boone, III, in the Circuit Court for Washington County, Maryland. He is a member of both the Maryland State and Washington County Bar Associations. Travis is married and has one son.

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29 West Franklin Street
Hagerstown, MD 21740

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