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David H. Correll1944-2015

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David H. Correll is a founding partner of Correll & Sheerer, and a veteran trial attorney. From 1976 to 1982, David served as Black Hawk County Attorney. Today, David has a broad-based civil litigation practice. He is respected throughout the Cedar Valley for his work representing clients in family law/domestic relations cases, premarital agreements, wills, personal injury cases, and will contests.
Education and Admissions:
B.A., Coe College
J.D., University of Iowa 1970
Admitted to Iowa Bar 1970
Also admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court
    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and the
    U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
Professional Affiliations:
Iowa State Bar Association
Black Hawk County Bar Association
Community Activities:
Past President of 1B Judicial District Bar Association
Past President, Friends of Gallagher Bluedorn
Past President, Cedar Falls Historical Society
Personal Interests:
Art
Golf
Reading
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