Shevin Law Group is a premier boutique law firm that has served greater California and the nation from our Los Angeles office since 1993. Our results-oriented firm of dedicated experts zealously defend clients from a broad array of charges. With more than a combined 40 years of legal experience in criminal law, marijuana law, marijuana business formation and compliant business operations, Shevin Law Group provides its clients' with unequaled experience, knowledge and skill to navigate an ever changing landscape.
Eric D. Shevin
Mr. Shevin was born and raised in Los Angeles where he currently resides with his wife and four children. Mr. Shevin received his law degree from the Univeristy of San Diego and his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Finance from San Diego State University where he served as President of the Honor Society in Finance. Mr. Shevin has been recognized as a Superlawyer since 2004, representing the top 5% of attorneys in Southern California. Mr. Shevin is a lifetime member of the NORML Legal Committee and has taught courses in cannabis law and policy to Judges and Lawyers throughout the country. Mr. Shevin is admitted to practice law in State and Federal courts throughout the country and is a member of the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Shevin was counsel to Jack Herer, author of "the Emperor Wears No Clothes", the authoritative literary work detailing the history of Cannabis prohibition in America.
STEPHEN J. FISCH
Mr. Fisch graduated from UCLA, and remained in So.Cal. to attended Loyola Law School in downtown Los Angeles. Steve has been a senior litigator with the firm for over 10 years specializing in criminal litigation and appeals. Mr. Fisch has earned the distinction of a Superlawyers, "Rising Star" for his success in the courtroom.
RYAN M. D'AMBROSIO
Mr. D’Ambrosio received his J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Before attending law school, Mr. D’Ambrosio earned a bachelor of science in business from Linfield College. Ryan is a skilled litigator and tactful negotiator, earning him a reputation as both a bulldog in the courtroom and a deal maker in the conference room.