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Attorney David C. Rash Admitted to Bar of U.S. Supreme Court


Our firm is proud to announce that, as of April 18, 2018, our leading attorney David C. Rash has been admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. Following his admission, he now holds special privileges which entitle him to appear before the Supreme Court, occupy a reserved seat in the Courtroom during oral arguments, and utilize the Court’s extensive legal library.

These new opportunities will afford Attorney Rash to grow as a legal practitioner and enable to be even more effective in his service to his clients and the members of our community. We greatly anticipate the wealth of valuable knowledge and additional experience he will gain in the near future as a result of this honor.

How Are Lawyers Admitted to the Bar of the USSC?

In order to be admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and be able to practice law before the Court, prospective admittees must apply. Then, they must be admitted to the bar of their state’s highest court for no less than 3 years. They must also be sponsored by 2 lawyers who have already gained admission to the Bar of the Supreme Court. If selected and approved, attorneys are required to pay an entrance fee and take an oath.

Skilled, Successful Medical Malpractice Attorney in Weston

Our legal team at The Law Offices of David C. Rash brings our A-game in every case. We handle a variety of medical malpractice claims, including (but not limited to):

If you have been injured at no fault of your own and the negligence of another person is to blame, we can help. We are prepared to provide the kind of wise guidance and aggressive advocacy you need in order to hold your doctor, hospital, or other healthcare provider for harming you. Don’t hesitate to get the legal representation you need.

Connect with us today by calling (954) 914-7116, or contact us to schedule your free, confidential consultation.

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