Slaten, Clifton E.

Clifton E. Slaten - Montgomery, AL

7027 Halcyon Park DriveMontgomery, AL 36117

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Updated: 04/12/2018

Montgomery Pest Control Litigation Lawyer


Founding partner of Slaten law, Clifton E. Slaten, was born in Cullman, Alabama. He was admitted to the Texas bar in 1987, the Alabama bar in 1990, the Tennessee bar in 2005, and the Georgia bar in 2008. He received his BBA with honors from the University of Montevallo and his J.D. from the University of Alabama in 1987, and his LL.M. in dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University in 2010. Cliff maintains memberships in the State Bar of Texas, the Alabama State Bar, the Tennessee State Bar...


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