Norman C. Barnett



Member, Howard University Law Review, 1967-1968. Solicitor, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 1977-1981. Assistant Solicitor, Federal Maritime Commission, 1969-1970.

Areas of Practice (7)

  • Collections
  • Personal Injury
  • Real Estate
  • Mediation
  • Commercial Insurance Claims
  • Commercial Insurance Defense
  • Admiralty and Maritime Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
302-604-5272  Phone
302-856-2128  Fax
Year of First Admission:
1969, District of Columbia; 1981, Delaware; 1998, Montana
Sussex County, Delaware State and American Bar Associations; The District of Columbia Bar; State Bar of Montana; Delaware Trial Lawyers Association.
Birth Information:
Helena, Montana, May 18, 1942
Payment Information:
  • Minority - Owned

Peer Reviews

  • 4.4/5.0 (1 review)
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Georgetown, Delaware

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