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R. James SheererRetired

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Bio:
R. James Sheerer is a founding partner of Correll & Sheerer, with a well-established reputation throughout the Cedar Valley for his real estate expertise. His clients include developers, commercial mortgage lenders, businesses and individuals; he advises them in matters ranging from platting and subdivision development to helping people buy and sell their homes. Beyond real estate, Jim has a general practice which includes both trial and transactional legal work like drafting wills and drawing up contracts for business clients.
Education and Admissions:
B.A., B.S., University of Iowa
J.D., University of Iowa 1969
Admitted to Iowa Bar 1969
Also admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court, and the
    U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
Professional Affiliations:
Iowa State Bar Association
Black Hawk County Bar Association
    Member, Real Estate Section
Black Hawk County Real Estate Committee
American Bar Association
Past Affiliations:
Director Black Hawk Legal Aid Society
Assistant Black Hawk County Attorney
Chair State Bar Association Lawyer Referral Committee
Member Black Hawk County Judicial Nominating Commission
Iowa Supreme Court Grievance Commission
Community Activities:
Have worked with Boy Scouts, child care organizations, permanent planning and been a long term provider of pro bono legal services.
Personal Interests:
Running
Cycling
Mountain Hiking
Rock Climbing
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