Burke Barclay graduated from Texas Tech University cum laude with a B. A. in political science and obtained his J. D. with honors from Concord Law School (now Purdue University) .
He practices in Social Security Hearing Offices throughout the United States for Claimants who have been denied their SSI or SSDI benefits. He personally represents every client from the beginning stages of their disability claim to their hearing or possible appeal.
He is admitted to practice law before the California Supreme Court, the Central Federal District of California, Fifth Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, the Eastern Federal District of Texas, the Western Federal District of Oklahoma, and the United States Tax Court.
He understands that each case and each client have their own significant and individual needs which must be represented. While there cannot be results promised, there can be a guarantee that each client's issues will be zealously represented before the Social Security Administration and the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (Office of Hearing Operations).