Search for "Kaye N. Courington"
New York, NY 10013
Brooklyn Law School
San Diego, with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Economics.
He obtained his law degree from Western State University
in December of 1993, and was admitted to the California
State Bar in 1994. He subsequently sought admission and
was accepted into the United States District Court, Southern
District. Mr. Kaye worked as a Law Clerk for a Superior
Court Judge in Orange County, and worked as a Law Clerk
for the Office of the United States Attorney in San Diego.
He then served as a Deputy District Attorney in Tulare
County located in Central California. Mr. Kaye left the
University of Miami School of Law and Florida State University College of Law
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