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Legalese, language of the Filer family

Kree will be sworn in as a lawyer by her father in his courtroom on May 24, 2017.

Kree D. Filer


Third generation Filer will join family of lawyers after swearing-in ceremony, May 24



COMPTON — There will be another lawyer in town with the last name, Filer. Kree D. Filer received notification last week that she passed the February California Bar Examination.

Kree is the granddaughter of Maxcy D. Filer, a former Compton City Councilman, civil rights activist, and attorney, who passed away in 2011.

A graduate of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Kree is following in the footsteps of not only her grandfather, but her father, uncle, and cousin — Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Kelvin D. Filer, Community Legal services Directing Atty. Anthony S. Filer, and Atty. Lance M. Filer, respectively.

Another cousin, Anthony S. Filer, Jr., will take the Bar exam this July. Kree will be sworn in as a lawyer by her father in his courtroom on May 24, 2017.

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