SEAN PETERSEN

 

Great things can be accomplished, when it doesn't matter who gets the credit.
 - Ronald Reagan

Sean Petersen

Sean Petersen is a paralegal with our firm.  His work focuses on research, analysis, discovery, drafting motions and pleadings and support at trial. He attended Boston University, and California State University of Fresno and San Joaquin College of Law.

Originally, Sean decided to become a paralegal to determine if he enjoyed the legal field enough to go to law school. After twenty-five years, the jury is still out! Sean takes great pride in working with clients to achieve their goals in their litigation. He is President of the Fresno County Legal Professionals Association and was a speaker at the 2019 Conference of California Legal Professionals Incorporated.

Cooking and golf are Sean’s escape from the legal grind, and he also enjoys hiking with his daughters, reading and hitting the beach.

Education

  • Paralegal Certificate, San Joaquin College of Law
  • B.A., California State University, Fresno
  • Boston University

Areas of Practice

Experienced, forward-thinking advocates who go beyond the expected for clients in dispute prevention and resolution.

Our construction attorneys have substantial experience with the diverse and often complex aspects of the construction business.

Our attorneys practicing in the employment and labor relations area advise and defend management in virtually all aspects of the employment relationship.

Most businesses have intellectual property, although some don’t fully appreciate it.

Our injury attorneys have successfully represented a broad spectrum of clients ranging in injury from the most catastrophic to the less severe.

Our real estate law practice is one of the largest in the Mountain West and Central California.

Articles And Presentations

  • Speaker, February Conference of California Legal Professionals Incorporated, 2019

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

  • President, Fresno County Legal Professionals Association, 2015-present

ADMISSIONS

  • *Not licensed to the practice of law