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SAMUEL JOHNSON, American Lawyer, Partner of O’NEIL, CANNON & HOLLMAN, S.C., specializing in the field of Trials and Appeals in State and Federal Courts. General Civil Practice.


JOHNSON, SAMUEL was born on January 24, 1951 in Laurens, South Carolina, United States.


Howard University (Bachelor of Architecture. Franklin Pierce Law Center (Juris Doctor, 1977). Reginald Heber Smith Community Law Fellowship.

Lecturer and Published Booklet: "Lender Liability: The Construction Industry," August, 1988, Toronto, Canada. "An Analysis of the B141 Form, Construction Law for the General Practitioner," August, 1989. Lecturer, The Construction Industry, Milwaukee School of Engineering, October, 1989.

Assistant Attorney General, Civil Law Division, State of Vermont, 1979-1987.


Working as a partner of O’NEIL, CANNON & HOLLMAN, S.C. Admitted to the bar, 1977, Georgia. 1978, District of Columbia. 1979, Vermont; 1987, Wisconsin.


Vermont Advisory Committee to the United States. Commission on Civil Rights, 1988. Editorial Board of Barrister Magazine, 1988.

Member, Panel of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association. Member: State Bar of Georgia. Vermont and American (Member: Forum Committee on Construction.

Administrative Law; General Practice Section, Co-Chair, Construction Law Committee, since 1987) Bar Associations. The District of Columbia Bar. State Bar of Wisconsin.

American Institute of Architects (Associate). Construction Law, Regulatory Law and Gaming Law.