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Jim Hurley and John Cooper set up Cooper Hurley Injury Lawyers in 2011. In recent years the firm appointed a third partner Bill O’Mara and fourth partner Griff O'Hanlon. The firm retains its family friendly focus and does not represent criminal defendants like...
Ms. James sharpened her communication skills by attaining her bachelor's degree in English from the University of San Diego in 1976. Thereafter, she attended law school, earning her Juris Doctor from the California Western School of Law in San Diego...
Kevin’s approach to the practice of law is client-centered. He strives to simplify the lives of his clients in an increasingly complex world. ...
Bar Admission: 2005, New York; 2014 U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York;
Law School: University of Cincinnati College of Law, Juris Doctorate 2004
Colleges: John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY Graduate Center)
Degrees: Geo-Strategic Politics; American Law and Government; Finance Investment Banking.
Professional Memberships: American Bar Association, American Association of Justice, American Society of International Lawyers, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Kings County Criminal Bar Association.
• Prosecutor: Deputy Bureau Chief, Assistant District Attorney, Senior Trial Attorney for Kings County District Attorney’s Office 2005-2016.
• Adjunct Professor at:
• John Jay College...
Suffolk University Law School
Active member of the New Jersey and Florida bars, handling appeals and complex litigation matters. Former litigator at a national law firm and former law clerk in the New Jersey Appellate Division.
Tina was selected for Inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers Rising Stars in 2015 and 2016.
Tina is an avid writer and editor, both personally and professionally, and she loves helping others realize their full potential.
Her personal interests include owning and operating a paint and sip studio with her family in New Jersey, conducting genealogy research, and writing.
Charleston, WV 25301
West Virginia University College of Law
My mission is to meet your needs in a way that you understand, eases your mind, and makes you feel empowered in Hawaii’s legal system.
I have zealously...
Not all lawyers are both trial and appellate lawyers; the roles are different and require different skill sets. But I believe that my doing both enables me to stand out from the hundreds of criminal-defense attorneys who are all offering either one thing or the same thing. In this dual role, my trial...
Please feel free to reach out to me today about any legal needs that you or your business happen to have, either through LinkedIn, or by email (TomJames@SandersLPA.com), phone (513-229-8080), or a Twitter direct message (DM @tom_james). I look forward to...
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