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Edward A. Haman, J.D.

Freelance writer and author

Edward A. Haman is a freelance writer, who is the author of numerous self-help legal books. He has practiced law in Hawaii, Michigan and Florida. He received his juris doctor degree from the University of Toledo College of Law, where he served as coordinator of the Client Counseling Competition team, and as editor-in-chief of a student legal publication. Mr. Haman earned his bachelor's degree in communication from Western Michigan University, with minors in accounting and general business.

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