Abraham J. Galvan Sanchez

Associate

abraham.galvansanchez@bbklaw.com

Tel: (909) 466-4914

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At a Glance

Abraham is an associate in the Municipal Law practice group.

He received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

While in law school, Abraham participated in the Berkeley Business Law Journal and La Raza Law Students Association.

Abraham J. Galvan Sanchez is an associate in Best Best & Krieger LLP’s Municipal Law practice group. He also serves in BB&K’s ARC: Advanced Records Center, which provides comprehensive and cost-effective support for records-related matters, including California Public Records Act request processing.
 
Abraham received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where he was a senior executive editor of the Berkeley Business Law Journal and a member of the La Raza Law Students Association.
 
Abraham is a Moreno Valley native and resident.  He enjoys hiking, reading and spending time with his son, Levi.

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law, J.D.
  • University of California, Riverside, B.A., political science/law and society, magna cum laude


Admissions

  • California
City of Santa Monica Successfully Defends its At-Large Voting System
Legal Alerts Jul 10, 2020

City of Santa Monica Successfully Defends its At-Large Voting System

California Appellate Court Holds Plaintiffs Must Establish “Dilution” to Successfully Challenge At-Large Voting Systems Under CVRA

Jurisdiction Over CPRA Cases Not Limited to Courts in the County Where Records are Situated
Legal Alerts Jun 04, 2020

Jurisdiction Over CPRA Cases Not Limited to Courts in the County Where Records are Situated

A California Appellate Court Draws a Distinction between the Power of a Court to Rule —“Jurisdiction”— and the Proper Place for a CPRA Suit —“Venue”

California Supreme Court: Government Cannot Charge Fee to Redact Police Body Camera Footage
Legal Alerts May 29, 2020

California Supreme Court: Government Cannot Charge Fee to Redact Police Body Camera Footage

California Public Records Act Provision Permitting Public Agencies to Charge for “Extraction” Analyzed

Public Records Requests During COVID-19 Crisis
Legal Alerts Apr 03, 2020

Public Records Requests During COVID-19 Crisis

California Public Agencies Struggle with CPRA Compliance

California Public Records Act Case Law Update
Legal Alerts Jan 16, 2020

California Public Records Act Case Law Update

Part 2: New CPRA Laws for 2020

California Public Records Act New Legislation
Legal Alerts Jan 15, 2020

California Public Records Act New Legislation

Part 1: New CPRA Laws for 2020

Only a Contracting Party May Sue Under Government Code Section 1092
Legal Alerts Jan 03, 2020

Only a Contracting Party May Sue Under Government Code Section 1092

Calif. Supreme Court: San Diegans for Open Government v. Public Facilities Financing Authority of the City of San Diego

LAPD, ACLU Reach Settlement in Public Records Act Lawsuit
Legal Alerts Oct 09, 2019

LAPD, ACLU Reach Settlement in Public Records Act Lawsuit

LAPD Agrees to Requirements Significantly Beyond the CPRA

Public Agencies Should Follow Appellate Decision on SB 1421 Despite New, Conflicting Ruling
Legal Alerts Jun 26, 2019

Public Agencies Should Follow Appellate Decision on SB 1421 Despite New, Conflicting Ruling

Ventura County Decision Latest to Address Public Release of Police Records

No Committee Exception to Brown Act Public Comment Requirement for Special Meetings
Legal Alerts Mar 06, 2019

No Committee Exception to Brown Act Public Comment Requirement for Special Meetings

California Appellate Court Decision in Preven v. City of Los Angeles

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