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Edward Joseph Callow - #228834

Current Status:  Disbarred

This member is prohibited from practicing law in California by order of the California Supreme Court.

See below for more details.

Profile Information

The following information is from the official records of The State Bar of California.

Bar Number: 228834    
Address: Callow Law Ofices PLLC
7101 MLK Jr Way S Ste 208
Seattle, WA 98118
Phone Number: (206) 659-4706
Fax Number: (206) 659-4710
e-mail: anthosofq@rqwwb.edubecq@fgssib.orgcsib@owhtf.orgdjokj@ntw.comklen@ionnmug.orgjuwe@wyblpnkm.comigpswmilk@fooncof.comibkf@fduul.govkhwnqen@lyibatd.govcssduykhn@dyaaf.eduqgop@qgs.edugroe@hqoqjgk.govohroonuc@allyjk.govcallowlawoffices@gmail.comiibmf@ecj.comkbhgsi@nygguw.orgcletadjb@pas.govqybi@ugne.comgbelq@rtfc.netpniwljwid@opbriyt.net 
County: Non-California
Undergraduate School: Univ of California at Los Angeles; CA
District: Outside California    
Sections: None Law School: UCLA SOL; Los Angeles CA

Status History

Effective Date Status Change
Present Disbarred
1/6/2017 Disbarred  
7/2/2013 Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA  
12/7/2003 Admitted to The State Bar of California

Explanation of member status

Actions Affecting Eligibility to Practice Law in California

Effective DateDescriptionCase NumberResulting Status

Disciplinary and Related Actions

Overview of the attorney discipline system.

1/6/2017 Disbarment 15-C-11604 Disbarred 
7/5/2016 Interim suspension after conviction 15-C-11604 Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA 

Administrative Actions

7/2/2013 Suspended, failed to pay Bar membr. fees Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA 
7/2/2013 Admin Inactive/MCLE noncompliance Not Eligible To Practice Law in CA 


Copies of official attorney discipline records are available upon request.

Explanation of common actions

State Bar Court Cases

NOTE: The State Bar Court began posting public discipline documents online in 2005. The format and pagination of documents posted on this site may vary from the originals in the case file as a result of their translation from the original format into Word and PDF. Copies of additional related documents in a case are available upon request. Only Opinions designated for publication in the State Bar Court Reporter may be cited or relied on as precedent in State Bar Court proceedings. For further information about a case that is displayed here, please refer to the State Bar Court's online docket, which can be found at: http://apps.statebarcourt.ca.gov/dockets/dockets.aspx

DISCLAIMER: Any posted Notice of Disciplinary Charges, Conviction Transmittal or other initiating document, contains only allegations of professional misconduct. The attorney is presumed to be innocent of any misconduct warranting discipline until the charges have been proven.

Effective Date Case Number Description
1/6/2017 15-C-11604 Decision [PDF]
7/5/2016 15-C-11604 Interim Suspension Order [PDF]

California Bar Journal Discipline Summaries

Summaries from the California Bar Journal are based on discipline orders but are not the official records. Not all discipline actions have associated CBJ summaries. Copies of official attorney discipline records are available upon request.

January 6, 2017

EDWARD JOSEPH CALLOW [#228834], 41, of Seattle, was summarily disbarred Jan. 6, 2017 and ordered to comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court.

According to the Washington State Insurance Commissioner, Callow stole the bulk of an insurance settlement paid to his client, an auto accident victim who was left permanently disabled.

On June 18, 2014, Callow pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit theft in the first degree, two counts of theft in the first degree, money laundering and obtaining a signature by deception or duress. All of the offenses were felonies and Callow’s theft convictions involved moral turpitude.

July 5, 2016

EDWARD JOSEPH CALLOW [#228834], 40, of Seattle, was placed on interim suspension July 5, 2016 following felony convictions for conspiracy to commit theft in the first degree, theft in the first degree, money laundering and obtaining a signature by deception or duress. He was ordered to comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court.


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