Stephen J. Fisch, Esq.
Mr. Fisch grew up in central Florida and came to California in 1997 for college at UCLA. At UCLA, Mr. Fisch had firsthand experience in the law enforcement field while working at the University of California Police Department as a Community Service Officer. Mr. Fisch worked with police officers on a daily basis and became a Field Training Officer for the Community Service program. Mr. Fisch was also the Director of Risk Management and a member of the Judicial board for the Interfraternity Council. Mr. Fisch was also vice president of Alpha Epsilon Pi.
After graduating from UCLA, Mr. Fisch decided to stay in Southern California and attended Loyola Law School in downtown Los Angeles. Mr. Fisch represented the law school on the Giles Southerland Rich Moot Court team. He was also on staff at the Loyola Law School Entertainment Law Review. Mr. Fisch participated in the District Attorney Externship clinic at Loyola and spent his last semester as a certified law clerk for the Long Beach branch of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office. During that externship, Mr. Fisch conducted over 40 preliminary hearings throughout the three month period. Mr. Fisch graduated in the top 20% of his class and passed the California State bar exam on the first attempt.
Mr. Fisch began working with Mr. Shevin as a law clerk in 2004. Mr. Fisch has represented clients in all stages of criminal proceedings including everything from arraignment to jury trial. Mr. Fisch also has extensive knowledge and understanding in representing clients in administrative hearings before the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Mr. Fisch is a member of the NORML legal committee and has represented medical marijuana patients, caregivers and collectives for the firm.