The Law Office of Julian Gross represents nonprofit organizations and public entities. Based in San Francisco since 1994, Julian has worked with nonprofit and governmental clients around the country on a variety of social and economic justice issues, and supported nonprofits in their organizational needs.
Julian has negotiated over a dozen legally-binding community benefits agreements, each involving representation of multiple parties and commitments of millions of dollars worth of community benefits. He has also drafted numerous local hiring and contracting policies, and has worked on living wage policies and many other community economic development initiatives.
Through this work, Julian has developed expertise in legislative drafting, complex contracts, redevelopment law, public contracting, green jobs policies, municipal law, affirmative action, anti-discrimination law, federal regulation of local contracting and hiring policies, labor law, employment law, and various organizational issues relevant to nonprofits.