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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|USC Moot Court Program||University of Southern California School of Law||1973|
|Partner||License Advocates Law Group LLP||2009 - Present|
|Administrative Law Judge||State of California, Office of Administrative Hearings||2005 - 2007|
|Special Assistant District Attorney||Los Angeles County District Attorney||1981 - 1982|
|Assistant City Attorney||Los Angeles City Attorneys Office||1974 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|GreySave Southern CA||Member||2008 - Present|
|Basset Hound Rescue of Southern California||Co-Founder, Counsel||N/A|
|California Attorneys for Criminal Justice||N/A||N/A|
|Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles||Member||N/A|
|National Association of Scholars||Member||N/A|
|Dept of Insurance License Granted to Applicant with Four Prior Criminal Convictions||Restricted license issued by Dept with 3 years of "obey all laws" condition. No admin hearing.|
|Board for Professional Engineers Issues Unrestricted License||Boatd issues unrestricted license on pre-hearing evidentiary showing.|
|BRN Issues Unrestricted License to Applicant with Two Prior DUIs||Applicant issues unrestricted RN license without admin hearing.|
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|J D Supra Law News||Time Considerations in California License Law Actions||2013|
|E-zine Articles||California Registered Nurses With Out-of-State Disciplinary Records at Risk of License Revocation||2010|
|Justia.com||DEFENDING CALIFORNIA PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES: State-wide Practice of California Licensing Agencies Doesn't Pass the Smell Test||2010|
|J D Supra||Solve Your Licensing Law Problem: Choose the Right Administrative Law Attorney||2010|
|USC Law School||N/A||law||1974|
|Univ of California||N/A||undergraduate||N/A|
|Issues in Crim Law, Juvenile Delinquency & DUI Cases||Professional Licensing Issues After Arrest/Conviction||2013|
|Annual Construction Superconference||Owner Obligations; Current Legal Developments||N/A|
Posted by Ath
Two years ago, I made a mistake which I will regret for the rest of my life. I was arrested by the famous police department (LAPD) and ended up in criminal court. I was afraid of losing my professional license. I started searching on Avvo. The first administrative lawyer I called took 3 days of research to answer my questions. He didn't impress me at all, he scared me. I was terrified by the situation. I spent seven months of sleepless nights. My blood pressure was high. Luckily, I found Attorney McCall on avvo and called her. During our phone conversation she was understanding , supportive and sharp. I decided to meet her in person. After reviewing my case, she explained the law , advised me and gave me a powerful letter to send to the Board at the time of my license renewal. As a result, I just renewed my license with no citation, no reprimand. I highly recommend Attorney McCall to anyone who has problems with his or her professional license. She is the best. May God bless her, grant her success and longevity.
Posted by anonymous
I read her comments and knowledge regarding denial of licensure for moral turpitude charges, currently in the process of applying for the BBS licensure and I been feeling so hopeless about my future until I read her comments that for over 10 years moral turpitude has not been a major factor for dismissal! I have her information ready if I need her in the future! Let's hope not! Praying
Posted by anonymous
I paid Christine McCall around $2,000 for her to review my BRN denial and case information with only the promise of her opinion and consultation. I had heard good things about her previously so I trusted that spending the money would be well worth it. She told me repetitively that she believed I could have positive results from an appeal due to the circumstances of my dismissed charges. I sent her all of my paperwork and she was continuing to say the same until I drove to LA to meet with her in her office.
When I met with her she proceeded to tell me for 2-3 hours how many flaws were in my case and how there was no virtually no chance that if I appealed my denial I would be getting a license. She even told me not to reapply for 1.5-2 years and that if another state would allow me to have a license to move. During our meeting her partner was even arguing some of the negative comments she made about the fact that I couldn't get a license in California. At the end of our meeting her opinion was to not appeal, attend counseling weekly, volunteer, and move. I left her office crying.
I am fully aware that Christine's consultation was purely an opinion. And I should not have paid someone an absurd amount of money to review my documents because other lawyers would review them for FREE. After our meeting I called the BRN and was told that they had dealt with a million cases like mine in their career and highly doubted that I would not receive a license. She even told me that she had wished I spoke with her before I paid Christine nearly 2 grand.
To this point, every other lawyer I had talked to believed that I had a good chance of obtaining a license. I ended up hiring a lawyer who had never worked on a case like this in his life and was issued a license within 7 months of my appeal.
I am aware that others have had positive outcomes by working with Christine. I just wanted to share this experience with anyone who is planning on paying an outrageous amount of money for a consultation.
Kevin Pate, Criminal defense Attorney
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I read Ms. McCall's posts often and regularly learn from her generous efforts in these forums. Her background is impressive and permits her to impart very clear and practical suggestions to those seeking assistance here at AVVO in the forums and through her legal guides.
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