LAW OFFICES OF ERIC S. BEISWANGER

We do not view law practice as a job. Helping people is our career. 

ABOUT ERIC BEISWANGER, our firm's founder:

 

Eric Beiswanger

Attorney

 

Email:  eric@beiswangerlaw.com

 

Phone: (209) 222-6167

 

Practice Area

 

Business Formation and Transactions

 

Construction Law

 

Trusts & Estates

 

Labor & Employment

 

Litigation

 

Bankruptcy & Creditors Rights

 

Education:

 

● Rutgers School of Law, J.D., 2008.  Camden, New Jersey.

 

● University of California, Davis, B.A., Political Science, 2004.  Davis, California.

 

Court Admissions:

 

● California


● USDC, Eastern District of California.

 

Professional development:

2006

Summer extern with California Fifth District Court of Appeals.  Fresno, California.

 

2007

Retained by the Hispanic National Bar Foundation to mentor and work with high school students in programs aimed at increasing minority law school enrollment.  Washington, D.C.

 

2007

Selected to travel to South Africa to meet with Constitutional Court Justices, elected leaders, and other dignitaries when writing a policy paper on human rights and the impact of the law in strengthening communal, cultural, and racial harmony. 

 

2008

Joined the Legal Practice of Allen, Proietti & Fagalde.  Merced, California.

 

2011

Founded the Law Offices of Eric S. Beiswanger.  Merced, California.

 

Professional, Business, and Civil Affliations (past and current):

  • California Bar Association.
  • American Bar Association Member.
  • Hispanic National Bar Foundation.
  • Boys and Girls Club of Merced
  • Merced Elks Lodge #1240
  • Sociedade Flor Acoreana of Chowchilla
  • Concerned Coalition of Legal Professionals
  • UC Merced Moot Court Competition
  • UC Merced Legal Clinic
  • Rutgers Juvenile Justice Clinic
  • Rutgers Domestic Violence Project
  • UC Davis R.E.A.C.H. Conference delegate

 

Eric S. Beiswanger has meaningful roots in helping others.  Eric was born and raised in Merced, California and briefly left the valley to attend UC Davis where he obtained his bacheclors degree in political science and a minor in womens studies while consistently receiving academic honors and deans honor list recognition. After graduation, Eric moved to the east coast to obtain his law degree at Rutgers University in New Jersey.

 

While in law school Eric took advantages of opportunites and focused on using the law to assist others.  While at Rutgers, Eric was named to the national dean's honor list for scholastic achievement and was selected to participate on the Rutgers national hispanic moot court team.  Eric was also selected to visit South Africa and visit with the Justices from the Constitutional Court in writing a policy paper on the impact of the law on the recognition of human rights in community, cultural and racial context.  Eric was also retained by the Hispanic National Bar Foundation in Washington, D.C. to assist in a program designed to increase minority law school enrollment by mentoring at-risk students, organizing mock trial competitions, and soliciting funding for nationwide scholarships.  In addition, Eric externed for the Fifth Appellate District of California while also participating in the Rutgers Children's Justice Clinic and Domestic Violence Clinic programs, assisting and represented both defendants' and victims' in court proceedings.

 

Immediately after graduation, Eric returned home to the central valley where he continued to use the law as a tool to help others.  Eric was hired by Allen, Proietti & Fagalde in Merced where he represented clients in matters ranging from construction litigation, wrongful death and personal injury matters, insurance and real property disputes to miscellaneous criminal matters.

 

In 2011, Eric founded the Law Offices of Eric S. Beiswanger where he represents a broad range of diverse clients in construction litigation, employment disputes, personal injury law, estate planning, and criminal matters.  Eric has successfully represented clients and tried cases on numerous issues and continues to represent his community by taking on contingent and pro bono cases when possible.