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Stephen C. Paul has spent his life living and working in Pennsylvania.  After graduating from Duquesne University, he attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. While in law school, he was privileged to serve as a judicial extern to the Honorable Jeffery A. Deller of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.  After admission to the Pennsylvania Bar, Stephen was honored to serve as a law clerk to the Honorable Katherine B. Emery of the Court of Common Pleas of Washington County.  As a clerk, Stephen worked on a wide range of litigation matters including, criminal trials, personal injury suits, and estate disputes.

After his clerkship, Stephen worked as an associate attorney for a busy general practice law firm in Downtown Pittsburgh.  There, he represented inidividuals with personal injury claims and severe disabilities as well as those facing criminal prosecution.  Stephen has experience advocating for his clients at all phases of litigation, including jury trial and appellate court representation.

When not in the office, Stephen enjoys spending time with his family in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh.

Bar Admission:

Pennsylvania
Western District of Pennsylvania

Education:

Duquesne University, Bachelor of Music
University of Pittsburgh, Juris Doctor

Professional Organizations:

Allegheny County Bar Association
Washington County Bar Association
Pitt Legal Services Incubator

Community Involvement:

Our Lady of Sacred Heart High School, Board Member



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3504 Fifth Avenue

First Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Tel: 412.370.8996
Fax: 412.592.0985
Email: [email protected]

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