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California State Senator Joins Nossaman LLP

California law firm Nossaman LLP announced that former California Senate Republican Leader Dick Ackerman has joined the firm as a partner in Orange County.

“Dick Ackerman’s decades of experience in the legislature and as a corporate attorney combined with his creative entrepreneurial approach make him a great fit for Nossaman,” said Orange County partner John Erskine.

Ackerman comes to Nossaman following eight years in the Senate and five years service in the California State Assembly. Before representing Orange County in Sacramento, he was twice elected Mayor of Fullerton.

Ackerman earned his JD from Hastings College of the Law.

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