Mr. Hall graduated cum laude (BA Spanish) from The Citadel, and received his Juris Doctor degree in just two and a half years by participating in the accelerated J.D. program at... more
Mr. Hall graduated cum laude (BA Spanish) from The Citadel, and received his Juris Doctor degree in just two and a half years by participating in the accelerated J.D. program at Valparaiso University School of Law. In law school, Mr. Hall earned both course and semester honors. He was a member of the Moot Court Executive Board, a semi-finalist in the Luther M. Swygert Moot Court Competition, a ... view profile
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