Reid Paoletta is an associate in DP&F’s land use and litigation groups. In his land use practice, Reid primarily assists with winery use permit applications. Reid assists with all aspects of litigation including motions, discovery and legal research. In addition, Reid advises on privacy policies under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Before joining the DP&F, Reid worked as an intellectual property associate at a global law firm in San Francisco where he assisted with discovery and was editor of a monthly bulletin on the CCPA.
Reid attended law school at the University of California Berkeley School of Law and received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University with a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations. During law school, Reid was an Associate Editor for the California Law Review and Research Assistant for Professor Avani Mehta Sood. He also received the American Jurisprudence Award in Antitrust Law and Prosser Prize for Criminal Law and Written and Oral Advocacy. He was a teacher’s assistant for Written and Oral Advocacy to Professor Michelle Cole. He also volunteered time to the Prisoner’s Advocacy Network.
- J.D., University of California, Berkeley School of Law (2019)
- B.S., Cornell University (2016)