Focused On Finding Efficient And Effective Legal Solutions
- California, 1976
- Illinois, 1972
- U.S. Federal Courts, 1972
- U.S. Supreme Court, 1979
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit
- Northwestern University School of Law, Chicago, Illinois
- J.D. - 1972
- Honors: journal of criminal law and criminology, note and comments editor
- Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa
- B.A. - 1969
- Honors: cum laude
Professional Associations and Memberships
- California Bar Association, Member, 1977 - Present
- San Diego Bar Association, Member, 1977 - Present
- President, San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, 1985 - Present
Past Employment Positions
- U.S. Marine Corps, Captain
After law school, Paul was a judge advocate in the United States Marine Corps. Thereafter, Paul practiced law with Sullivan, Jones & Archer, a San Diego law firm specializing in complex civil litigation. During the same period, Paul was a court-appointed defense attorney for indigent criminal defendants in the Southern District of California.
In 1987, Paul joined King & Ballow, representing various California newspapers in employment and labor matters. During this time, Paul began to give frequent lectures on employment and wage and hour issues for various companies and public agencies. Paul also began providing cutting edge Continuing Legal Education seminars on employment issues.
Paul is a past president and Board member of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program. He has been named a “top lawyer” for wage and hour issues by San Diego Magazine three times.
Paul is licensed to practice in all of the federal district courts in California as well as the Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, and Ninth Circuits of the United States Courts of Appeal.