Norton, Baumann & Surls, PLLC
504-8 Main St
PO Box 100
Lowden, IA 52255-0100
Phone: 563-941-5301
Fax: 563-941-5304
E-mail:

Norton, Baumann & Surls, PLLC, Lowden
(Founded 1953 - Celebrating over 57 years of Service)


LAWYERS
William B. Norton
Education:
    B.A. Drake University, 1950
    L.L.B. Drake University, 1953
    J.D. Drake University, 1968
Admissions:
    Admitted by Iowa Supreme Court, 1953
    U.S. District Court Northern District of Iowa, 1962
Professional Memberships:
    Iowa State Bar Association
    Cedar County Bar Association

Timothy L. Baumann
Education:
    B.S. Northwest Missouri State University, 1982
    J.D. Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 1998
    Former Adjunct Professor of Law - Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 1999-2003
    Former Adjunct Professor of Business Law - Lansing Community College, 2001-2003
Admissions:
    Admitted to the State Bar of Michigan, 1998
    U.S. District Court Western District of Michigan, 1999
    Admitted by Iowa Supreme Court, 2004
Professional Memberships:
    Michigan State Bar Association
    Iowa State Bar Association
    Cedar County Bar Association

Christopher L. Surls
Education:
    B.A. University of Iowa, 1999
    J.D. University of Iowa College of Law, 2002
Admissions:
    U.S. District Court Southern District of Iowa, 2007
    Admitted by Iowa Supreme Court, 2004
Professional Memberships:
    Iowa State Bar Association
    Cedar County Bar Association


 
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