Harsh Y. Ronvelia is an Associate in Selman Breitman’s San Francisco office and is a member of the firm’s Public Entities, Commercial Litigation, Cyber Law, Commercial Transactions, and Employment practice groups. Harsh represents public and private individuals and entities at both the federal and state levels, in various matters involving municipal liability defense, business litigation, constitutional transgressions, employment, and cybersecurity. He also has litigation experience in disputes that involve white collar crimes, intellectual property, real estate and property law, and complex contracts.
Harsh received his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, with a concentration in Government Law, and his Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. While in law school, Harsh was the recipient of various accolades and honors, including the Hastings Scholarship, the Percy E. Towne Scholarship, and the Harvey & Lee Scholarship. Further, he served as the Executive Development Editor for the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly (Volume 44) and as a mediator for the San Francisco Superior Court's Honorable Donald S. Mitchell (Ret.).
Originally from Orange County, California, Harsh presently resides in Potrero Hill, San Francisco. When not helping clients with their legal needs, he spends his time playing basketball with friends, exploring new cafés around the city, and cooking foods of various cuisines.