Paul A. Weiss practices in the areas of estate planning and administration, real estate and business transactions, and related tax matters. He emphasizes planning and problem resolution that is sensitive to both the personal and financial goals of his clients. He has substantial experience in trust preparation, post-mortem administration, commercial leases, sales and exchanges of real estate, transfers of business interests, lending transactions, and other corporate and partnership matters.
For the 15 years immediately prior to joining the firm, Paul was a partner in a two-lawyer firm in San Francisco’s Financial District. He received his undergraduate degree from U.C. Berkeley in 1980, and graduated in 1985 from Hastings College, University of California, where he was Editor-In-Chief of Comm/Ent Law Journal.
Paul has held many volunteer leadership positions in the Jewish community (including four years as synagogue vice president, and 10 years as endowment Trustee). He is currently on the Board of Directors of Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay, and on the newly formed Community Impact Committee (charged with implementation of new Foundation/Federation strategic initiative).
J.D., Hastings College, University of California (1985). Editor-In-Chief, Comm/Ent Law Journal (1984-85).
A.B. in Biology, University of California, Berkeley (1980).