Larry Huddleston ("C L" to his golf and fishing buddies) was admitted to the Bar in... more
Larry Huddleston ("C L" to his golf and fishing buddies) was admitted to the Bar in 1977, and has been an estate planning attorney for 20 years. He was in the first class of Certified Ohio Specialists in Trust, Probate and Estate Planning. He has taught estate planning in almost half the states in America to attorneys, accountants, physicians, and many others in groups from 10 to 1,000. He part... view profile
I live and work in Dayton, Ohio. I graduated from Wright State University with a... more
I live and work in Dayton, Ohio. I graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and went on to the University of Dayton School of Law, graduating with a Juris Doctor degree. I began my legal career at the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office, working in the appellate, juvenile, and criminal divisions. As a prosecutor, I gained valuable experience in the c... view profile
Notes and Comments Editor, Harvard International Law Journal, 1980-1981. Author: "... more
Notes and Comments Editor, Harvard International Law Journal, 1980-1981. Author: "Diplomatic Immunity-The Diplomatic Relations Act," 19 Harv. Int'l. L.J. 1019, 1978; Chapter 7, Bankruptcy Panel Trustee, 1989. Lecturer in Business Law at Sinclair Community College, 1983; Bankruptcy and Environmental Law, Dayton and Ohio State Bar Associations, 1994. Arbitrator, Montgomery County, Ohio Civil A... view profile
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