Law is a second career for me. I attended UC Santa Barbara and graduated as a music major in 1977. I then spent the next 18 years working in different parts of the country as a... more
Law is a second career for me. I attended UC Santa Barbara and graduated as a music major in 1977. I then spent the next 18 years working in different parts of the country as a professional chef. I went to law school in 1995 at the age of 42, attending Thomas Jefferson School of law in San Diego. After graduating law school I accepted a judicial clerkship with the Hon. William M. Acker, Jr. of... view profile
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