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Christopher E. Pashler
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Christopher E. Pashler

Practice areas:

Social Security, Military Law

Practice Areas

Licensed since 2001

  1. Social Security: 75%
  2. Military Law: 25%

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Contact Info

Pashler & Devereaux

11 Summer Street
Suite 3W
Buffalo, NY, 14209

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NYCurrently registered 201303/13/2015
ILRetired200708/17/2015
MDInactive200109/13/2013

Professional Misconduct

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Awards

Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Regional Chief Aministrative Law Judge CitationSocial Security Administration2009

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
Legal Writing ProfessorSuny Buffalo School Of Law2009 - 2013
AttorneySocial Security Administration2007 - 2009
Assistant District AttorneyMontgomery County of Maryland2001 - 2005

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
Erie County Bar AssociationMember2013 - Present
National Organization of Social Security Claimants RepresentativesSustaining Member2012 - Present

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Iowa College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2000
University of IowaN/ABA - Bachelor of ArtsN/A

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
NOSSCR Biannual ConferenceThe impact of obesity on functional limitation2015
Law and Society Annual ConferenceThe Disabled, Enabled2013
National Organization of Social Security Claimants RepresentativesAbout the Agency's Evaluation of Obesity2012
International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA)The Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act for the Municipal Practitioner2009
Elder's Symposium, Marquette University School of LawThe Intersect of Disability and Elder Law2009