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John Reuben Long II - Conway, SC

1206 Third Ave Conway, SC 29526- 5106

Updated: 04/02/2008

Overview

John was born in Conway, the son of Furman and Ann Long. After graduating from Conway High School in 1988, he graduated from The College of Charleston with a BS Degree in Business Administration in 1993. He went on to graduate from Regent University, School of Law in 2006 with a Juris Doctor Degree.

Prior to attending law school, John worked as an Inspector with the U.S. Customs Service for ten years. He was stationed in Miami, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina...

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. District Court District of South Carolina

Other Affiliations

  • The South Carolina Bar (Member)
  • The Horry County Bar (Member)
  • The South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys (Member)
  • South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association (Member)

Past Positions

  • U.S. Customs Service, Inspector
  • South Carolina Chapter of the National Treasury Employees Union, President
  • The Horry County Solid Waste Authority, Secretary, Board of Directors
  • Hearn, Brittain & Martin, Clerk

Education

  • Regent University School of Law, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 2006
    Juris Doctor
  • The College of Charleston, 1993
    B.S.
    Major: Business Administration

Office Information

Address

1206 Third Ave Conway, SC 29526- 5106

Fax

  • 843-248-2842

Achievements

Honors

  • Humanitarian Award by U.S. Customs Service
  • Unit Citation Award by U.S. Customs Service

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