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Samuel Saul Richardson

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Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Samuel Saul Richardson joined the Pennsylvania Army National Guard while still in high school. He served as a Human Resources Specialist and a Field Artillery Cannon Crewmember. While in the Army National Guard, he attended Clarion University of Pennsylvania (now Pennsylvania Western University- Clarion) and obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations, Advertising, and Corporate Communications with minors in Political Science and Speech Communication in 2017. He returned to Clarion University in 2018 to obtain a certificate in Advanced Paralegal Studies. Attorney Richardson then moved to Jackson, Mississippi and earned his Juris Doctor from Mississippi College in 2021, where he graduated cum laude.

Attorney Richardson has experience in criminal, education, immigration, and juvenile law. He has published a law review article, Then and Now: Pestilence, Police Power, and Private Property, in the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review in Summer 2021. Richardson is passionate about insuring legal rights are honored and is actively licensed in Ohio, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs, and holds an inactive license in Tennessee. Attorney Richardson is a member of the Dayton Bar Association, including their 2022-2023 Leadership Development Class, Miami County Bar Association, and the Shelby County Bar Association. He also serves on the Paralegal Advisory Board for Pennsylvania Western University- Clarion.

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