Mr. Jamison K. Shedwill is a sole practitioner at the California family law firm, the Law Office of Jamison K. Shedwill. Attorney Shedwill received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science in 1990 from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 1993 he received his Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law in San Diego, where he graduated with honors. While he was in law school, he was the Editor of the International Law Journal. In December of 1993 Attorney Shedwill was admitted to practice law before all of the courts in the State of California.
At the Law Office of Jamison K. Shedwill, Attorney Shedwill is dedicated to providing clients with compassionate service and trusted quality service at reasonable and competitive rates. By taking as much time as necessary to truly understand the unique situations his clients are facing, he is able to help them achieve outcomes that are favorable for the whole family. Mr. Shedwill is a strong advocate for mediation, and he believes that the best resolutions are the ones that are achieved by obtaining mutual agreements between the parties. When children are involved, family law matters often become more difficult because the proper actions must be taken while still keeping their best interest in mind. This is why Attorney Shedwill does everything he can to help his clients avoid instances where a judge, who is hearing about a client and their family’s situation for the first time, is the individual responsible for making the important decisions. When a case must be resolved in a courtroom setting, Mr. Shedwill is prepared to provide his clients with aggressive representation and to litigate vigorously on their behalf. To learn more about retaining the representation of Attorney Shedwill, contact the Law Office of Jamison K. Shedwill.
|President||Law Offices of Jamison K. Shedwill||1994 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|International Law Journal||Editor||1993 - 1993|
|California Western International Law Journal||Is the "Lost Civilization" of the Maya Lost Forever?: The U.S. and Illicit Trade in Pre-Columbian Artifacts||1992|
|California Western School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1993|
|University of California - Santa Barbara||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1990|
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