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ALU Alum Jonathan Kramer Admitted to NM State Bar | ALU

Abraham Lincoln University is pleased to announce that ALU School of Law Alum Jonathan Kramer has been admitted to the New Mexico State Bar. He sat for the New Mexico Bar exam last February as New Mexico requires all applicants to sit for the full two-day examination). Prior to New Mexico, Jonathan was admitted to the California State Bar in 2006. He volunteers on ALU’s Advisory Council and is active with the ALU Alumni Association. Students often meet him at ALU’s Orientation. He specializes in telecommunications law.

Jonathan Kramer (right) just after the New Mexico State Bar’s Admission Ceremony, with New Mexico Supreme Court Chief Justice, the Honorable Petra Jimenez Maes, (left) and Randal Van Vleck, Esq., General Counsel, New Mexico Municipal League. Mr. Van Vleck moved Jonathan Kramer’s admission to the New Mexico State Bar.

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