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November 08, 2011

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Mike Clark

You forgot the "C", Marlin. Hehe :P Well, I know someone who hired Mr. Pevsner to handle a conflict he was having with his school district, I'm glad it turned out great - that's what to expect from a University of Texas Law graduate. His story only proves that once you set your mind on something, success is almost inevitable. :)

Tracy Pierre

That's very remarkable. So how are things in Austin for Mr. Pevsner? I admire your last sentence here. You know what they say: what does not kill you makes you stronger

Tracy Pierre

That's very remarkable. So how are things in Austin for Mr. Pevsner? I admire your last sentence here. You know what they say: what does not kill you makes you stronger

Logan Porter

That's what I call a hero lawyer! It's hard to find lawyers like you, Mr. Pevsner. I hope this will serve as an inspiration to all the lawyers, both present and future.

Zoey Heath

I have had the privilege of knowing Sean both personally and professionally for a number of years. He has already made a dramatic difference in the lives of numerous people with disabilities...and those without, all while holding his head high and fighting his own battle. Texas has gained an exceptional lawyer with exceptional empathy, talent and intellect. I have no doubt he will continue be outstanding in all that he does. Congratulations Sean, on both a job well done and a job well deserved!

Marlin Sayle

ongratulations Mr. Pevsner! May God bless you and your career as a lawyer! And your desire to serve and represent the disabled is very noble. I admire you for that.

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