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University of Akron School of Law Law School N/A
State / Court Date
Ohio 1985
Pennsylvania 1984

PA State Lawyer Additional Information: District: 4 Professional Liability Insurance: I maintain, either individually or through my firm, Professional Liability Insurance pursuant to the provisions of Rule of Professional Conduct 1.4(C).

Service Type:Private

Update Date:2016-04-18

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2016-10-07 Firm Name Darlene Vlahos, Esquire, P.C.

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Erie, PA 16508

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