Sean Patrick Salmon was admitted to the California Bar 30th August 1999, but has since been disbarred. Sean graduated from University of San Diego SOL and was based in San Diego.

Lawyer Information

NameSean Patrick Salmon
First Admitted30 August 1999 (21 years, 4 months ago)
Bar Number202445


Current Email[email protected]


Law SchoolUniv of San Diego SOL (San Diego CA)
Undergraduate SchoolUniv of California Irvine (Irvine CA)


Current Address6965 El Camino Real, PO Box 474
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Current CountySan Diego
Current DistrictDistrict 4


7 January 2015Disbarred (6 years ago)
Disbarment 12-O-17424
25 July 2014Not Eligible To Practice Law in California (6 years, 5 months ago)
Ordered inactive 12-O-17424
23 November 2013Not Eligible To Practice Law in California (7 years, 1 month ago)
Ordered inactive 12-O-17424
22 August 2013Disciplinary charges filed in State Bar Court 12-O-17424 (7 years, 5 months ago)
2 July 2013Not Eligible To Practice Law in California (7 years, 6 months ago)
Suspended, failed to pay Bar fees
30 August 1999Admitted to The State Bar of California (21 years, 4 months ago)

Discipline Summaries

January 9, 2015

SEAN PATRICK SALMON [#202445], 47, of Carlsbad, was disbarred Jan. 9, 2015 and ordered to comply with rule 9.20 of the California Rules of Court and pay restitution. Salmon was disbarred after his default was entered for failing to participate in a disciplinary proceeding against him. Because he did not seek to have the default set aside within 180 days as required by rule 5.85 of the State Bar’s Rules of Procedure, he was disbarred and the charges against him were deemed admitted. Salmon was charged with 34 counts of misconduct stemming from 10 different client matters. They included: aiding in the unauthorized practice of law, misappropriation, moral turpitude, improper withdrawal, commingling and failing to perform legal services with competence, communicate, release a client file, refund unearned fees, cooperate in a State Bar investigation, maintain client funds in trust or promptly pay client funds. He was ordered to pay $18,440 plus interest in restitution.