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Attorney Vikram Chaobal of Anchorage; cheating loser


The state of Alaska provided Vikram Chaobal with a law license in 2003 after he graduated from the Lewis and Clark University School of Law.


The Office of Disciplinary Counsel found Vikram guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Misconduct involved dishonest or selfish motive
  • Engaged in a pattern of misconduct
  • Stopped visiting his client in jail despite repeated promises to so act
  • Failed to provide his client with a written fee agreement
  • Lied to his client about all the motions he had filed on his behalf
  • Failed to respond to client and his family communications
  • Misconduct involved multiple offenses
  • Despite promising to provide phone records to show how often he spoke with co-defendant’s counsel and the U.S. Attorney, he never provided the promised phone records
  • Failed to respond to discovery requests
  • Failed to provide a time accounting to arbitration fee board
  • Overbilled his client by $14,380 (cheater)

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Alaska Supreme Court punished Vikram by gifting him with a complimentary 2-year suspension of his law license and assessed investigative costs of $1,000.00.


As we speak (ca. November 2023), Vikram practices his so-called brand of law at 1841 West 80th in Anchorage, Alaska.



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