Mr. Rana is an extremely confident and aggressive trial attorney from California. He is knowledgeable and can relate to people from all levels of society because of his diverse upbringing in India, England, and America. He graduated with distinctions throughout his career and possesses a degree in Business Administration, a Federal Commercial Pilot’s license, and a Juris Doctorate in Law.
During Law School, Mr. Rana received numerous awards and scholarships, made it to the Dean's Honors List consecutively, and graduated Cum Laude. He taught Corporate Law, and Business Associations as the teaching assistant to the United States Federal Court Judge, Hon. Troy L. Nunley; and Family Law, California Community Property as the teaching assistant to the Presiding Judge of Sacramento County Superior Court, Hon. Michael G. Bowman.
Mr. Rana also worked at the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office as a Certified Legal Intern, where he consistently received positive evaluations for his written and oral advocacy while gaining trial and appellate court experience. His supervisors commended him on various assignments and stated, “He was doing things they cannot teach”.
In 2020, the Sacramento County Bar Foundation awarded Mr. Rana the “Access to Justice Scholarship Award’’ in recognition of his strive for excellence and volunteer work; and in 2022, he was appointed to the board of directors by the President.
In 2023, Mr. Rana was invited to be a guest speaker at the University of Pacific - McGeorge School of Law, and placed among Judicial Officers and California BAR Certified Legal Specialists on the Domestic Violence Panel at Lincoln Law School of Sacramento, by the Hon. Myrlys Stockdale Coleman, Judge of the Sacramento County Superior Court.
Mr. Galves graduated from Harvard Law School in 1986, before becoming a full-time tenured law professor at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. He also worked as a Litigation Associate at Holland and Hart and served as a judicial clerk for United States Federal Court Judge, Hon. John L. Kane.
He has co-authored two Evidence books that are part of the curriculum at Law Schools across the United States, worked on National Banking legislation with both the Senate and House Banking Committees, and holds a Patent on Online Mediation.
Mr. Galves has been an adjunct professor of law at various Law Schools, including the University of California, Davis School of Law; University of Colorado; University of Denver; Southwestern University; Lincoln Law School; and Fordham Law School. He has been a Professor of Law for over thirty years.
Mr. Wright has been practicing law for almost forty years. He has extensive experience working as an employment law attorney, personal injury attorney, contract dispute attorney, trust litigation attorney, business law attorney, estate planning lawyer, and corporate counsel. He has also served as a professor of law for over thirty-five years.
Mr. Wright is one of Sacramento's most experienced attorneys and is licensed to practice before all Federal and Superior Courts in California.