Murrieta Business Lawyer Samuel Lockhart | Attorney Profile


Welcome to Lockhart Law Firm.

Attorney Samuel Lockhart earned his Juris Doctorate from Ohio State University after graduating from Brigham Young University with degrees in both Political Science and Korean. During his undergraduate studies, Mr. Lockhart joined the United States Army as a Korean Linguist, and graduated first in his class from the Defense Language Institute located in Monterey, California.

Mr. Lockhart later trained to be a Counter Intelligence Special Agent at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, located at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Upon completing his training, Mr. Lockhart served an 18 month tour in Afghanistan. While deployed, he operated in the capacity of a training officer for the Operations Management Team that took him on missions across all of Afghanistan. Mr. Lockhart was also the Officer in Charge of a Tactical Human Intelligence Team that was able to collect critical intelligence that directly resulted in the capture of insurgents and their various weapons of war.

Lawyer Samuel Lockhart is the Founding Attorney of Lockhart Law Firm. We are dedicated to the representation of Murrieta Business Owners, and provide skilled and knowledgeable legal counsel in all areas of Business Law.

Murrieta Business Law Attorney Samuel Lockhart

Education

The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law – Juris Doctorate
Brigham Young University – B.A. Political Science, B.A. Korean
United States Army Intelligence Center – Counter Intelligence Operations
Defense Language Institute – Korean Translation and Interpretation

Employment

Lockhart Law Firm – Founding & Managing Attorney
United States Army Intelligence Center – Counter Intelligence Operations
Defense Language Institute – Korean Translation and Interpretation

Bar Admissions

California State Bar Association

Professional Memberships

United States District Court – Southern District of California
United States Court of Appeals – 9th Circuit
California State Bar Association – Member, Business Law Section
California State Bar Association – Member, Employment Law Section
California State Bar Association – Trusts & Estates Section

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Contact a Knowledgeable Business Attorney in Murrieta

Whether you need skilled legal counsel during the Business Formation process, want to ensure that the best interests of your business are being protected as an employer, or believe that your company will soon be involved in Litigation and need a highly experienced lawyer who will fight aggressively on your business’s behalf, contact Lockhart Law Firm at (951) 461-8878.

A knowledgeable Business Lawyer, Murrieta Attorney Samuel Lockhart understands the importance of delivering legal services that are tailored to your specific needs and come at a predictable cost. Your business is our business. Our goal is to earn your trust with every interaction you have with our firm.

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At Lockhart Law Firm, our main focus is the success of your business. We work diligently to create favorable outcomes in all of your business dealings. Whether you need knowledgeable legal counsel with respect to which type of business entity best suits your type of business, want to ensure compliance with State & Federal Employment Laws to avoid disputes with your employees, or are facing costly litigation, Murrieta Business Law Attorney Samuel Lockhart is here to provide intelligent and innovative legal solutions.

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