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Allen W. Wright, Attorney at Law

Allen Wright has a law practice in San Antonio (TX)
210-734-7077
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, Personal Injury matters.
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5707 Interstate Ten West San Antonio, TX 78201
Phone: 210-734-7077, Fax:    Map It
5707 IH 10 W Suite 101 San Antonio, TX 78201
Phone: 210-734-7077, Fax:    Map It
5707 IH10 W San Antonio, TX 78201
Phone: 210-734-7077, Fax:    Map It
5707 Interstate Ten West San Antonio, TX 78201
Phone: 210-734-7077, Fax:    Map It
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Business Law: International Transactions (International Law)
Labor & Employment Law: Sexual & Other Harassment
Litigation
Personal Injury
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Bar Admissions
  • Arizona (AZ) 1978
  • District Of Columbia (DC) 2006
  • Illinois (IL) 2005
  • Texas (TX) 1983
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    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    Texas

    Bexar: San Antonio

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