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Doug R. Brock pursues his passion for making a difference in his community with a legal practice that supports public schools in all areas of the law.
During law school, Doug offered legal services to underserved populations through the Child and Family Litigation Clinic as well as the school's pro bono service project. He began his legal career as a clerk at Walsh Gallegos while still in law school.
Upon completing his undergraduate degree, Doug served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal where he conducted teacher trainings across the countryside. Upon returning to the United States, he taught middle school social studies and reading in inner city Cleveland, Ohio.
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