Marc Tran is an Associate with Olivarez Madruga Lemieux O’Neill LLP. Mr. Tran currently serves as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of La Puente, and formerly served as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Adelanto and City of Bell Gardens. He has also served dozens of cities throughout the state in the capacity of Deputy City Attorney. Mr. Tran’s practice includes both litigation and transactional representation in areas pertaining to general municipal law matters, First Amendment issues, and land use and zoning issues. His land use and zoning practice includes an emphasis on emerging cannabis issues where he advises both public entities and private clients on regulatory developments occurring on the federal, state, and local levels.
While in law school, Mr. Tran served as judicial extern for the Honorable Virginia A. Phillips of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and the Honorable Carol D. Codrington of the Fourth District Court of Appeal. He also interned with the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, and the AIDS Legal Referral Panel.
Prior to attending law school, Marc was a community organizer in the Inland Empire. Mr. Tran is also a current volunteer coach for John W. North High School’s Mock Trial Team. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking and whittling.
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