Kabir Chopra is an associate in the Los Angeles office. Mr. Chopra assists the firm’s public agency clients with a wide-range of legal issues, including recreational unmanned aircraft system (drones) regulation, water rights, California Environmental Quality Act, contract formation and negotiation, constitutional law, drafting and amending ordinances and resolutions, First Amendment law, Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act, risk management, public works projects, and the Public Records Act.
Mr. Chopra also represents clients in major litigation, including business and licensing disputes, mining disputes, land use disputes, personal injury claims, and California Environmental Quality Act litigation. Mr. Chopra has participated in mediations, trial preparation, and law and motion hearings.
While attending Loyola Law School, Mr. Chopra clerked for the Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office (Civil Litigation Division), worked as a judicial extern for The Honorable Patricia M. Schnegg in the Los Angeles Superior Court (Criminal Division), clerked with the Federal Public Defender (Central District of California), and represented indigent clients in the juvenile justice system as a State Bar of California certified law student through Loyola’s Juvenile Justice Clinic.
Prior to joining Aleshire & Wynder, Mr. Chopra developed legal analytics to predict civil liability at a Los Angeles-based risk management software startup.