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Paul Clevenger

Paul Clevenger


Business Law and Appellate Lawyer
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Law Office of Paul R. Clevenger
Dallas, TX

About Paul Clevenger

Attorney Biography

The Law Office of Paul R. Clevenger is dedicated to helping business clients resolve disputes and remove legal impediments to their success. Since 1989, I have focused my practice on various aspects of business law, business litigation and appeals. I provide knowledgeable assistance based on insights gained over decades of practice. I work directly with my clients, providing personalized counsel. I understand the need for cost-effective and comprehensive solutions, which I can often achieve through negotiations or alternative dispute resolution. But when it becomes necessary to litigate a dispute in court, you can have confidence in my firm’s trial skills and judgment.


Practice Areas

 
Business Law (67%)
 
Appellate Law (33%)

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Bar Licenses

Texas State Bar
Texas
Member in Good Standing
1983

Education

SMU Dedman School of Law
SMU Dedman School of Law
JD
1982

Southern Methodist University
BBA
1979

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Federal Court Admissions

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

U.S. District and Bankruptcy Court - Southern District of Texas

U.S. District Court - Northern District of Texas

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Contact Paul Clevenger

Paul Clevenger
Law Office of Paul R. Clevenger
6510 Abrams Road Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75231
www.businesslitigationtx.com
Office: 214-213-8701

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