Eric G. Young - Law Office of Eric G. Young

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Eric G. Young

Law Office of Eric G. Young

P.O. Box 1475

Rohnert Park, CA 94927

7076763529

Practice Areas
  • Civil Rights
  • Writer
  • Entrepreneur
  • Mediator
  • Legal Research
  • Appellate
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Since 1997, Eric G. Young has been representing clients with discrimination claims based on age, disability, and chronic medical conditions. Mr. Young also represents clients who have suffered serious personal injuries, particularly in the area of third-party premises liability law and civil rights. Mr. Young represents clients in both trial and appellate matters and is admitted to practice in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeal.

From 2006 - 2008, Mr. Young taught at John F. Kennedy University School of Law teaching law & motion practice and appellate advocacy. Mr. Young formerly taught at Sonoma State University as an instructor in the University's paralegal program, until that program was discontinued in 2008.

In 2004, Mr. Young authored an article for Thomson West, the nation's leading publisher of legal materials, entitled Cause of Action Against Tavern Owners, Restaurants, and Similar Businesses for Injuries Caused to Patrons by the Criminal Acts of Others. Viewers with access to Thomson West's resources can find this work at 26 Cause of Action 2d (COA) 1.

Mr. Young's appellate accomplishments include: Preovolos v. Preovolos 2007 WL 521362; Esquivel v. Solano 2006 WL 2556417; Delgado v. Trax Bar & Grill (2005) 36 Cal.4th 224; and Mata v. Mata (2003) 105 Cal.App.4th 1121.

Mr. Young is a member in good standing with the California State Bar and the American Bar Association, including the the ABA's Council of Appellate Lawyers. Mr. Young is also a member of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the National Lawyers' Guild, and the Sonoma County Bar Association.

In addition to Civil Rights & Wrongs, Mr. Young also authors numerous blogs on legal issues, including a legal tech blog entitled Cyber-Esq., a civil rights blog entitled Civil Rights & Wrongs, and a soon to be released blog on legal education issues.

Mr. Young is an avid gardener, dog lover and advocate, and also enjoy traveling, good food, and amateur photography.

For more information about Mr. Young, including links to the above-mentioned sites and representative samples of work and writings, please view Mr. Young's Visual CV here.

Professional
 
Undergraduate: University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign
Law School: Golden Gate University
Admitted to Bar: 1997
Practice Areas: Legal Research
Entrepreneur
Personal > Civil Rights
Mediator
Writer
Personal > Appellate
Organizations: American Bar Association, Council of Appellate Lawyers, San Francisco Trial Lawyers Assoc., Society of American Law Teachers, National Lawyers' Guild
   
Personal
 
Gender: Male
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Age: 41
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Home State: CA
   
Interests
 
My Interests Writing, blogging, teaching, politics, current events, good food, travel, laughing out loud at least once a day
My Politics: Liberal
My Choice For President:
Favorite Justice: John Paul Stevens
Favorite Books: too many to mention; always adding to the list
Favorite Movies: Lord of the Rings, Witness for the Prosecution, pretty much anything law-related, B-rated horror flicks from time to time
Favorite Music: world music, celtic music, 80s tunes, fusion jazz
Favorite Restaurants: depends on what country i am in
Favorite Travel: Italy
Favorite Quote: Think wrongly, if you please, but in all cases think for yourself - Doris Lessing
About Me: I am tenacious and love to learn new things. I am honest and have a great sense of humor. I am good at managing time and resources, having done it for 13 years in my business. I believe that a lawyer is both an advocate and a community educator about society's rights and responsibilities. We are not just "facilitators" as some would have us labeled.
   

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