Did Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton lose her law license? Nationally known consumer bankruptcy attorney Peter Francis Geraci wanted to know: “does Hillary still have her law license?” PFG was just down in Fayetteville Arkansas and visited the Clinton Museum. No one seemed to know. So, on to the trusty internet. The Arkansas Judiciary website shows her license was suspended in 2002 for failing to complete her continuing legal education requirements.
Of course, Mr. Geraci does not believe everything he reads on the internet, even the Arkansas Judiciary website, so PFG called the Clerk of the Arkansas Supreme Court and was hold for quite some time. The Clerk’s office connected PFG to Denise, the “lady who takes care of the CLE” who confirmed that our Democratic candidate is suspended from the practice of law in Arkansas, and has been since 2002! Peter Francis Geraci is admitted to practice law and in good standing in 7 states: Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, New York and California, and his law firm, Geraci Law, LLC has over 70 lawyers. None of the Geraci Law attorneys ever get suspended from the practice of law for failing to complete their continuing legal education!
Why? Because Geraci Law is certified by the Illinois Supreme Court as an approved CLE provider, and Peter Francis Geraci teaches about 50 hours of continuing legal education each year! In addition, Geraci Law not only pays each attorney’s bar dues, but they can also get free legal education from the Illinois State Bar Association as part of their dues package. Not only that, but Geraci Law attorneys also get paid CLE at national and state legal education conferences every year.
Mr. Geraci says “I would be happy to welcome Mrs. Clinton to take any of the Geraci Law Continuing Legal Education courses absolutely free, so she can get her law license unsuspended.” He also suggested that the “Arkansas Supreme Court count Mrs. Clinton’s 11 hours of questioning on Bengazi yesterday as credit toward her continuing legal education. It is very important to stay current on the law! “