Ron Larson, Partner

Ron Larson has been litigating complex business and commercial cases since 1995. In 2022, Ron joined Gokal Law Group, where his practice includes business litigation, real estate litigation, and trust and probate litigation. Since 1999, Ron has taught as an adjunct professor at Trinity Law School in Santa Ana, California, where he teaches courses in business and corporate law. In addition to teaching and his law practice, Ron also served as trial counsel in the JAG Corps with the United States Army Reserve for 10 years and continues an active involvement with veterans’ organizations, including AMVETS.


Education


  • Juris Doctorate – Whittier College School of Law, Los Angeles, California
  • Graduate Studies in Economics – California State University at Los Angeles, California
  • Bachelor of Science – Agricultural and Managerial Economics, University of California at Davis, California
  • Trial Advocacy for Attorneys Program by Emory University
  • Medicine and Gross Human Anatomy for Attorneys Programs by University of California at Los Angeles

Experiences & Associations


  • California Lawyers Association, Litigation Section
  • California Lawyers Association, Trusts and Estates Section
  • Past member of the Orange County, Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations
  • Guest speaker at the Orange County Bar Association, Trust and Estates Section
  • Guest speaker for litigation practices of the Orange County Legal Secretaries Association
  • Newport Beach Police Department, past Volunteer Employee for emergency communications, Assistant Radio Officer for the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
  • Newport Beach Fire Department, Community Emergency Response Team, volunteer, trainer and Civilian member of Board of Directors (emeritus)
  • Volunteer work for the Orange County Superior Court

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