Andrew Dósa is a trial attorney with more than 23 years of experience in civil/business litigation, criminal defense, personal injury claims, and estate planning. Mr. Dósa received his law degree from the University of San Francisco and his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of California at Berkeley. He is admitted to practice in all California Courts and the U. S. Northern and Eastern District Courts in California, and he is a member of the California State Bar, Alameda County Bar Association, Christian Legal Society, and Consumer Attorneys of California.
He co-authored “Estate Planning from God’s Perspective,” contributed to the technology column of the California Lawyer, and has written articles for Crime Justice & America. Mr. Dósa has also been Adjunct Professor at the National Hispanic University and Instructor in law at California State University, East Bay.
He and his wife Lisa are members of First Covenant Church in Oakland, Calif., and he formerly served on the Christian Action Commission of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America. He currently serves as a member of the Alameda County Salvation Army Advisory Board and has also served as board member for Junior Golf Resources, Crosstown Community Center, and People Care 4 Day Care, and he was appointed to and elected as Chair of the Alameda County Advisory Board on Alcohol Problems.