George J. Vasquez, Esq.
George J. Vasquez is the owner of the practice and is always personally available for his clients. As a Fresno native, he is closely connected to the Central Valley community. He serves as legal counsel to the Latino Mayors and Elected City Officials Coalition of Fresno County, a non-profit focused on the needs of underrepresented people in Fresno County. George is also a panel attorney for the Central California Appellate Program, where he takes appointed cases for indigent appellants. George is admitted to practice in all California State Courts and the Eastern District of California.
Immediately out of law school, George worked for a public agency law firm where he focused on representing City Governments. After leaving the public agency firm, George worked at a law firm where he focused on civil litigation and personal injury. There he focused on litigating wrongful death cases, business disputes, and other general civil litigation.
George currently serves as adjunct professor at San Joaquin College of Law as a first year legal writing instructor.
San Joaquin College of Law
Juris Doctor with High Honors
Bachelor of Arts in English Writing and Rhetoric
• Best Brief and Semifinalist for Best Oral Advocate at 2012 George A. Hopper Moot Court Competition
• Roger J. Traynor Award at 2013 Roger J. Traynor Moot Court Competition
• Witkin Academic Achievement Awards in Evidence, Torts, Private Labor Law, and Moot Court
• The Need for Consistent Assessments of Williamson Act Contract Properties, San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review, Volume 21 Number 1