Community Service

Alameda Attorney Andrew Dósa’s Involvement

  • Advisory Board, Oakland Adult Recovery Center, Salvation Army, Oakland, 2013-2015
  • Alameda County Advisory Board, Salvation Army, 2015-present
  • Christian Action Commission, Evangelical Covenant Church of America, Chicago, Ill., 2004-2011 People Care 4 Day Care, non-profit 401(c)(3) corporation, Incorporator and Board Chair, 2006-2008
  • Junior Golf Resources, non-profit 401(c)(3) corporation, Incorporator and Vice President and Secretary, 1999-2003
  • Crosstown Community Center, non-profit 401(c)(3) corporation, Incorporator and Board Chair, 2004-2006
  • Alameda County Advisory Board on Alcohol Problems, appointed member, Chair of Board, 1995-97. 3

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Other Community Contributions

  • Built a successful law practice with two offices, serving 400 clients within the Alameda and California community
  • Handled an annual litigation caseload of 70 cases within four years. Formulated and implemented marketing plan and penetrated a new market, doubling caseload to over 140 within one year.
  • Handled media relations for clients, including criminal defendant in high profile First Amendment case, by appearing on radio broadcasts, fielding press interviews, containing prosecutor’s trial of case to media and improving public’s perceptions of client and case.
  • Drafted and standardized correspondence of personal injury business and established follow-up procedures, increasing efficiency and bringing about quicker settlements of cases.
  • Interpreted forfeiture regulations of INS and Customs Service and negotiated release of security interest of client, after property was seized pursuant to zero tolerance policies.
  • Co-chaired Presidential campaign in Alameda County, served as foot soldier in Congressional campaigns, drafting campaign and fund-raising literature, canvassing door-to-door, and recruiting workers, and was appointed to County Advisory Boards (elected by peers to Chair of Boards).
  • Analyzed federal and state laws and regulations to advise clients about business activities and lawsuits and to lobby for constituents affecting range of issues from environment, health and safety, civil liberties, budget and finance, to general law and procedure.
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