Edward Alberola obtained his Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and in 2005 he obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Santa Clara University. During his second year in law school he was an editor for the Santa Clara Journal of International Law and finalist in the Concours-Pictet International Moot Court Competition. During his third year of law school he was an extern for the honorable A. James Robertson II and later a Research Assistant for the San Francisco Superior Court.
After graduating, Edward Alberola studied at the Sorbonne for a Master’s in Business Law and worked at the Paris offices of Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe and Cabinet Franklin while specializing in securities litigation and cross-border mergers and acquisitions. Since returning to California in the beginning of 2008, he has focused on construction litigation and personal injury cases.
His publications include Making it Easier to Serve 20-Day Preliminary Notices; Force Framing, Inc. v. Chinatrust Bank, 187 Cal.App.4th 1368 (2010) (so long as the information provided in a Preliminary 20-day Notice is obtained from a sufficiently reliable source, such as from the owner, a contractor need not investigate extraneous sources to verify said information); and Paveco Construction, Inc. v. East West Bank, B223912 (unpublished decision).
Mr. Alberola is admitted to practice law in all the courts of the State of California as well as in the Central District and Southern District of the United States District Courts of California.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|10 Best Client Satisfaction Award||American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys||2019|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Orange County Bar Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Member||2006 - Present|
|Santa Clara University School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2005|
|University of California - Santa Barbara||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
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