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Marble Steps

The Spencer Law Firm

 Founded in 1993

Our History

Our firm’s founder, Bonnie E. Spencer, started practicing law in 1980. She entered the practice with the desire to help businesses grow and prosper by providing them with the combined disciplines of business and law to uncover the best avenues for growth and to solve problems. After years of hard-won experience, she began to notice that there was a lack of personal service in the law profession. It was then Mrs. Spencer decided she would find a way to fill in that gap and provide the personal service that the public needed.

Our Vision


We believe the judicial system is an indispensable part of the American form of government. A strong judiciary is necessary so that tyranny may be rooted out and defeated, no matter its form.


To this end, we believe those who have been legally wronged must have open access to the courts, for the courts must restore power imbalances and make injured people whole again.


We also believe those accused of having committed wrongdoing must receive a fair and reasonable process by which such charges can be weighed, a process in which all parties are accountable for what they say and do. We  take these beliefs seriously, and we proudly rely on them in the service of our clients.



Some firms pride themselves on “always winning,” but we recognize that “winning” and “losing” can only be defined by the client. This is why we measure success not in terms of verdicts won or cases settled, but in how consistently we meet our clients’ needs.

Our Values



Legal problems are inevitable in the course of running a business, from routine transactions that must be properly executed to contentious disputes that put your very business at risk.


Our attorneys have significant experience handling complex business and corporate law. We are here to partner with you, guide you and help your business or businesses thrive.



The benefit of retaining counsel extensively experienced in securities regulations is that your attorneys will have insight not only into the statutes at issue, but also a deeper understanding of what it takes to successfully defend or prosecute – and prepare against the defense or prosecution – of cases alleging violations of the TSA and other securities regulations.

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