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Jeremy M. Evans (LLM '18, MBA '20) Founds California Sports Lawyer

Jeremy M. Evans (LLM '18, MBA '20), founder at California Sports Lawyer® is featured in Vanguard magazine. The article surveys his career path and clientele in entertainment, media, and sports. Evans focuses on his three-pronged approach to success through geography, branding, and community. Vanguard is a legal trade publication with worldwide reach and shares diverse legal philosophies as spoken by corporate counsel.

Evans is an award-winning attorney and industry leader based in Los Angeles. His client's range from Fortune 500 companies to athletes, entertainers, models, television and film producers, studios, entertainment, media, and sports businesses in contractual, intellectual property, formation, distribution, negotiation, and dealmaking matters. Evans is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with an emphasis in American Politics (BA '05), Thomas Jefferson School of Law with a Juris Doctor (JD '11), Pepperdine University Rick J. Caruso School of Law with a Master of Laws in Entertainment, Media, and Sports Law (LLM '18), and Pepperdine University George L. Graziadio School of Business and Management with a Master of Business Administration in Entertainment, Media, and Sports Management (MBA '20).

Prior to opening California Sports Lawyer®, Evans worked as a Graduate Law Clerk at the Superior Court of California, advising judicial officers in civil and criminal law and motion matters. Prior to law school, he worked in accounting and finance for the number one business-only litigation firm in the world, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP. He has also worked as a legislative aide and field representative in the California State Legislature and continues to work on local and national campaigns.

The Vanguard magazine article may be found here