Benjamin Gevercer is an associate attorney at Olson Remcho, LLP.
Mr. Gevercer represents clients in litigation over election law, public policy, and constitutional issues. Mr. Gevercer also advises clients on political and government law matters, including drafting complex ballot measures at both the state and local level.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Gevercer worked on presidential campaign in Pennsylvania and North Carolina and at the California Department of Finance on issues such as 2011 Public Safety Realignment, public safety funding and the economic review of regulations.
Mr. Gevercer has authored and co-authored articles on the initiative process and California’s fiscal constitution, published in the University of Southern California Law Review and with the California Constitution Center.
His professional memberships include: the Sacramento County Bar Association, Leonard M. Friedman Bar Association, Schwartz-Levi Inn of Court and the California Political Attorneys Association. In law school, he served as Articles Editor of the U.C. Davis Law Review and a co-chair of the King Hall Legal Foundation.
Mr. Gevercer is a graduate of University of California, Santa Cruz (B.A., cum laude) and University of California, Davis School of Law (J.D.). He was admitted to the California Bar in November 2018.