Lawrence E. Barbiere

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Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review, 1976-1977. Author: "The Seizure of a Tenant's Property by His Landlord Pursuant to State Statute Does Not Involve State Action for Purposes of the Fourteenth Amendment," 45 U. Cinn. L. Rev. 301, 1976.

Areas of Practice (8)

  • Civil Rights Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Employment Litigation
  • Intentional Torts
  • Products Liability Law
  • Property Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Zoning Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(513) 583-4210  Phone
University Attended:
Indiana University, A.B., 1973
Law School Attended:
University of Cincinnati, J.D., 1977
Year of First Admission:
1977, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio; 1980, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit; 1977, Ohio; 1993, Kentucky; 2002, U.S. Supreme Court
Cincinnati, Ohio State Bar Associations; Cincinnati Bar Association Ethics Committee; Northern Kentucky Bar Association.
Birth Information:
Dayton, Ohio, March 6, 1951
Payment Information:
  • Fixed Hourly Rates

Peer Reviews

5.0/5.0 (1 review)
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Mason, Ohio

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