Kavita Sharma

last updated 7/30/2017

Kavita Sharma

Partner at Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners P.C

HQ Location:
870 Market Street Suite 500, San Francisco, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(415) 354-8145

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U.C. Hastings School of Law


Executive Committee - Real Property Law Section

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Kavita Sharma Esq. | Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners | San Francisco, California

Kavita Sharma Esq.
KAVITA SHARMA spearheads the General Litigation Department at the firm and her practice focuses on litigation of residential property disputes including landlord/tenant, partition, fair housing/discrimination, easement, non-disclosure and HOA litigation. Kavita also serves as litigation counsel to a nationwide underwriting corporation. Since 2013, Kavita has been an update author for the CEB California Landlord-Tenant Practice Guide. She has spoken on numerous MCLE programs for the State Bar including most recently "Wrongful Eviction Revisited" at the State Bar Annual Meeting in 2014 and "Real Estate Broker Law Legal Update" at the State Bar Offices in 2015. She has also given landlord/tenant seminars to brokers, property managers and owners. Kavita currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar. Prior to serving on the Executive Committee, Kavita served as the Residential Landlord/Tenant Subsection Chair from October 2011-2013. From 2006- 2011, Kavita volunteered in representing low income, elderly and disabled tenants facing eviction through the Volunteer Legal Services Program of the Bar Association of San Francisco (currently the Justice & Diversity Center). Kavita graduated from U.C. Hastings School of Law. While in law school she worked as a judicial extern to the Honorable Susan Illston, Judge. U.S. District Court (North. Dist. CA). She also published an article for law review on the ownership of foreign archaeological artifacts entitled "From the Mayan Machaquila Stele to Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep's Head: United States Courts' Enforcement of National Patrimony Laws after United States v. Schultz which incorporated some of her archaeological experiences in Kenya where she grew up.

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