|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|California Employment Lawyers Assn.||member||2005 - Present|
|North American Religious Liberty Assn||emeritus board member||1994 - Present|
|National Employment Lawyers Association||member||1993 - Present|
|Christian Legal Society||member||1987 - Present|
|book||Politics & Prophecy||2010|
|California Labor and Employment Law Review||Religious Accommodation in California||2009|
|U.C. Davis Law Review||Why We Need State RFRAs||1999|
|U.N.C.Chapel Hill School of Law||N/A||J.D. (law)||1987|
|State Univ. of NY at New Paltz||History||B.A.||1984|
Posted by anonymous
Alan, is very smart guy and can judge a case spot on! He took on my case without any evidence but with his hard work investigating the facts we won my case. Alan is very responsive, thorough, pleasant and sincere. I would highly recommend him to any friend!
Posted by Dana
Alan Reinach is by far the most down to earth Attorney I have ever had the priveledge of having work for me. He is a very nice person and you can't help but know that he does his best for his clients. He takes the time to explain legalities and his plans for your case. And he listens to you and treats you like a person, not just another case number.
Lawrence Hellmann, Appeals Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I unequivocally endorse this lawyer. Alan has a depth of knowledge and heart for understanding discrimination in the workplace workplace, especially religious discrimination. Alan is not afraid of taking on the government jobs, corporate jobs as well as smaller jobs when discrimination interferes with a worker's rights and ability to work. When it comes to religious and gender discrimination, see Alan. You cannot do any better, but you will also have integrity.