Alan B. Linkous

Alan B. Linkous: Attorney with Howell Linkous & Nettles, LLC AV stamp icon
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Areas of Practice (8)

  • Municipal Bonds
  • Municipal Finance
  • Public Finance
  • Industrial Development Bonds
  • State Government Law
  • Local Government Law
  • Economic Development Law
  • Economic Incentives

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1768, Charleston, SC 29402
University Attended:
University of Virginia, B.S., 1988
Law School Attended:
Emory University School of Law, J.D., 1995
Year of First Admission:
1995
Admission:
U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; 1995, South Carolina; 1996, Georgia
Memberships:
Charleston County Bar Association; South Carolina Bar; State Bar of Georgia; National Association of Bond Lawyers.
Birth Information:
Clifton Forge, Virginia, December 30, 1965
ISLN:
910137452

Peer Reviews

  • 4.8/5.0 (23 reviews)
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  • Legal Knowledge

    4.9/5.0
  • Analytical Capability

    4.9/5.0
  • Judgment

    4.8/5.0
  • Communication

    4.8/5.0
  • Legal Experience

    4.8/5.0

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