Anderson Franco is a trial attorney who has successfully represented clients throughout California in landlord-tenant, real property, and personal injury matters.
Mr. Franco has also contributed to developing landlord-tenant law through the California Court of Appeals. The Court published a decision in his client’s favor that expanded on the San Francisco Rent Ordinance and eviction requirements: Reynolds v. Lau (2019) 39 Cal.App.5th 953.
Mr. Franco was selected by Super Lawyers Magazine as a Rising Star in the area of Civil Litigation. The attorneys selected as Rising Stars are limited to 2.5% of the outstanding emerging lawyers in Northern California who are age 40 and under or having practiced 10 years or less.
Mr. Franco has a wealth of experience representing Plaintiffs and Defendants in cases concerning:
UC Berkeley School of Law, J.D., 2013
- Editor-in-Chief of the Berkeley Business Law Journal
- Editor of the Berkeley La Raza Law Journal
UC Berkeley, B.A., 2010
- IDEAL Scholar
- Gates Millennium Scholar
- Landlord harassment
- Slip & falls
- Automobile Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Bar/nightclub injuries
- Construction defect
- Contract disputes
- Premises liability
Mr. Franco graduated from University of California, Berkeley, with bachelor’s degrees in rhetoric and ethnic studies, and a minor in Chicano studies. Mr. Franco was awarded two highly coveted full-tuition scholarships: Gates Millennium Scholarship and the IDEAL Scholarship through the Level Playing Field Institute.
Mr. Franco then obtained his law degree from University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall). In law school, Mr. Franco was the Editor-in-Chief of the Berkeley Business Law Journal and an editor for the Berkeley La Raza Law Journal.
Mr. Franco is an elected board member and Vice President of the San Francisco La Raza Lawyers Association (SFLRLA) and the Bay Area Latino Lawyers Fund. Mr. Franco has also published legal guides on CEBBlog, LinkedIn, and Avvo.
Mr. Franco is a native Spanish speaker and a native San Franciscan.