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Paul W. Demro

Paul Demro:
Caryn Schipper - Legal Assistant:
Bio:
Paul W. Demro is a partner at Correll & Sheerer and the proverbial "Renaissance man." Paul is a litigator, trying cases in the courtroom for more than 20 years. He is also a CPA, who does tax returns and deals with tax issues for individuals and businesses. Paul's trial practice includes personal injury work, workers compensation cases, and family law matters; he also handles bankruptcy filings for the firms' clients. When he is not taking depositions or cross-examining a witness, you might find Paul working at his auto salvage business.
Education and Admissions:
B.A., University of Northern Iowa
J.D., University of Iowa, 1988
Admitted to Iowa Bar, 1989
Member Iowa Association for Justice
Also admitted to practice before the
    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit,
    U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, and
    U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa
Professional Affiliations:
Iowa State Bar Association
Black Hawk County Bar Association
Society of Certified Public Accountants
Community Activities:
New Hartford Youth Baseball
Waterloo Youth Hockey Association
Osage Education Foundation
Panther Wrestling Club
Harleys and Hot Rods
Personal Interests:
Hunting
Restoring old cars
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