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After receiving his degree, Mr. Jenkins spent almost seven years prosecuting statewide for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, Wells Fargo, Vanderbilt Mortgage, LLC, and several large local and national lending institutions and banks. This gave him a clear understanding of how the debt collection process worked from the creditor's side. He then established the Law Offices of Daniel C. Jenkins, LLC, to work...
Rich enrolled in law school because he wanted to solve problems for the greater good. He believes that the most important aspect...
I first thought of pursuing a career as an attorney when I was taking a course in the inequalities of our judicial system during my undergrad work at Penn State. By the time I finished that course, I had made up my mind to attend law school and become an attorney. Once I graduated law school and passed the Bar Exam, the first area of law I practiced was a Pro-Bono case involving child custody. Today I still practice Family Law as well as Real Estate and Estate Planning, Criminal, Business, Probate and Contracts.
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Throughout my career, I have kept those experiences in mind. While I go to trial more often than many lawyers, I also know that sometimes a reasonable solution involves negotiation. By preparing carefully and presenting my client's case, I am often able to achieve alternative resolutions such as treatment and rehabilitation instead of jail time.
Baton Rouge, LA 70810
Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University and Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University
Ron's consulting and legal services also include providing economic expert witness work, reducing future claimed damages to present value, and advising on work-life expectancy.
He also serves as a committee member for the West Virginia State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
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