Steven Thomas Fazzi is an Associate Attorney at the Goralka Law Firm. He oversees the firm’s trust and probate administration matters. His prior legal experience includes working for a plaintiffs’-side litigation firm specializing in litigating elder financial abuse cases.
Before joining the legal profession, Steven worked in various employment fields, including food service, retail, and education (as a Graduate Assistant while earning his M.A. in Communication Studies at California State University, Sacramento). He is originally from the Bay Area, and in his downtime keeps close tabs on the Bay Area sports franchises. When not working, he spends his time with his girlfriend, with his grandmother, and at the pool swimming recreationally.
Florin High School, Class of 1998
California State University, Sacramento, B.A., Communication Studies – graduated magna cum laude
California State University, Sacramento, M.A., Communication Studies
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D. – Dean’s Honor List, 2012-13
Selected Academic Achievements
Won Patrick Marsh Scholarship Award for excellence in written rhetoric (2007)
Member of the McGeorge Law Review as a legislative staff editor and comment staff writer (2011-12), and as a Primary Legislative Editor and Primary Comment Editor (2012-13)
McGeorge Law Review, Vol. 44 (2013) – “Comment, A Primer on the 2011 Corrections Realignment: Why California Placed Felons Under County Control”
JURIST – Dateline (April 25, 2012) – “Federal Law Preempts Only Two Provisions of Arizona Immigration Law”, available at http://jurist.org/dateline/2012/04/steven-fazzi-immigration-arizona.php
Selected Community Outreach Events
Citizenship Fair Participant at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (2011)
Spoke to Florin High School Law Academy Students about prospective legal careers (2016)