I am a solo practitioner in California. I practice civil and criminal law in the... more
I am a solo practitioner in California. I practice civil and criminal law in the trial and appellate courts in the State of California, primarily in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Santa Barbara and San Bernardino counties. I provide a wide range of services to my clients. The work that I perform is focused on resolving my client's legal issues as effectively and efficiently as possible. I am e... view profile
Katherine Mulvany received her law degree in January 2008 from Concord Law School.... more
Katherine Mulvany received her law degree in January 2008 from Concord Law School. At Concord Law School, Ms. Mulvany received the Dean's Achievement Award for earning the highest grade in her Criminal Law class. In her professional practice, she has focused on practicing Immigration and Bankruptcy. Ms. Mulvany earned her B.A. in Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin in 1999. Findi... view profile
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