James Daube is a graduate of the University of San Diego School of Law (J.D., 2008) and the San Diego State University (B.A. Political Science, 2005). During his undergraduate years, James served as a teaching assistant for the Institute on World Affairs from 2001 to 2002 and he was placed on the Dean’s List for the Spring of 2004 as a result of his academic achievement. While studying law at USD, James monitored and reported on administrative agencies for the California Regulatory Law Reporter. James also assisted low-to-moderate income clients at the USD Legal Clinics and represented criminal defendants as a legal intern with the San Diego County Public Defender.
After admission to the State Bar of California in 2008, James served as a Volunteer Attorney with the San Diego Alternate Public Defender and represented clients in felony cases. James later spent over three years as the in-house legal counsel for an RF and microwave electronics manufacturer, during which time he handled employment issues, negotiated manufacturing contracts, managed environmental and hazardous waste permitting, and oversaw compliance with export control laws.
In March of 2014, James opened up his own law practice and now helps clients with issues ranging from landlord/tenant law to family law. James also regularly volunteers his time to help at legal clinics and occasionally takes on clients pro bono for guardianship and family law proceedings.
James Daube has a diverse background in several fields of law including:
Commercial and Government Contract Law
Export Administration Regulation (EAR)
Family Law ∙ Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
International Trafficking in Arms Regulation (ITAR)
Guardianship of the Person
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