Eric Olson

Professional Profile

Mr. Olson’s areas of emphasis are in civil business and business litigation, probate litigation, commercial transactions and complex real estate transactions.   

Mr. Olson graduated from Pomona College (1962), and Harvard Law School (1965), and was a teaching fellow at Stanford Law School (1965-66).  He was Los Angeles County Deputy County Counsel, Schools Division 1968-69 and a senior partner of Halstead, Baker & Olson; he joined the firm in 1969 and became a partner is 1971. 

Professional Activities

Mr. Olson is active in a variety of local and civic activities, including: Pasadena Rotary, Glendale Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Glendale Business Association, Angeles Crest 100 Mile Run, and formerly Pasadena Development Corporation (founding member and counsel); Los Angeles Master Chorale Association (director); Pomona College Alumni Association (2 terms Alumni Council; Chairman, Clubs Committee; Director, Young Alumni Club; Director, Pasadena Alumni Club; Director and President, Downtown Club; Director, Associates; Director, Torchbearers; Member, Finance Committee); Los Angeles County Bar Association (founding director of Los Angeles County Bar Association Credit Union, now merged into Southland Civic Federal Credit Union); and Pasadena Chamber of Commerce.