How do I find a missing lawyer?

I am trying to find a lawyer I knew a long time ago. I know where he went to college and which law school class he was in. I also know his approximate age and what city his first job was in. Where could I go to find this lawyer today? I've Googled and searched the phone listings for a long time with no luck.

Asked By: - 1/19/2010
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The lawyer's name can simply be looked up in Martindale-Hubbell assuming he is still in practice. If he is no longer in practice his last place of legal employment will still pop up from Martindale-Hubbel. This contact information can easily lead to his current location and place of employment.
Answered By: eunice - 1/21/2010
Additional Answers (5)
I thought it was a lead-in for a joke. I was going to say, have you tried looking under a rock? But to actually find someone takes good old-fashioned leg work. Phone calls and interveiws to last known associates and jobs, and just tracking him through the years.
Answered By: demos_jones - 1/19/2010
You might try The American Bar Association in the state where you know he last practiced, or possibly the American Trial Lawyers Association if he was a litigator. I'm assuming he wasn't a lowlife whose natural habitat was under a rock.
Answered By: jelesais2000 - 1/19/2010
The Bar Associations of each State almost invariably maintain an online directory of all lawyers who are, or were, licensed in that State. You can search it by name, and see what it says... More
Answered By: rickinnocal - 1/19/2010
1. Check with the Alumni Associations at the college and law school (They are usually linked from the school's web page). They keep good records on grads, mostly to keep an up to date mailing list to solicit contributions. They pester me constantly... More
Answered By: incurs - 1/20/2010
The best way to find a lawyer is through the bar association in the state he practices. If you are not sure which state it is, search by name at, find the state and then search the state bar association's Web site... More
Answered By: Prunella - 1/20/2010
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