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Indianapolis Administrative Lawyer
About Paul A. Logan
Current Employment Position(s)
- Civil Rights
- Constitutional Law
- Employment Law - Employee
- Indiana, 1994
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Indiana, 1994
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Indiana, 1996
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Indianapolis Bar Association
- Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1993
- McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, Sacramento, California, 1997
- University of Dayton, Ohio, 1989
Major: Political Science
Accepts Credit Cards
255 North Alabama StreetSuite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46204
Monday-Friday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM; Saturday-Sunday: Closed
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