Profiles: JP Harbour
Attorney at Law, Law Offices of J.P. Harbour
An Alumnus Whose Involvement Stretches Far Beyond Graduation
Why do you serve on GGU's board?
While earning my LL.M. (Tax) degree from GGU and thereafter, the wonderful community of individuals associated with GGU have been extremely supportive factors in my professional and personal growth in the early stages of my career. I still find it very enjoyable and rewarding to be involved in the GGU community in a meaningful way, and to help play my part to make GGU an even better place for students, staff, and alumni. Serving on the Alumni Association Board of Directors and on Board of Trustees have both been highlights of my GGU experience, and I have really valued the opportunity to interact with so many impressive alumni, Trustees, faculty, and administration on a personal basis. Go Griffins!
More than six years practicing law; and I currently serve on three additional non-profit board of directors / executive committees: the Bay Area Youth Sports Foundation (BAYS), the Bay Area Young Tax Lawyers Committee, and the Pacific Heights Residents Association.
Trust & Estate Planning, Probate, Tax, and Business Law
Delagnes, Linder & Duey LLP, Nixon Peabody LLP, The Atashi Rang Law Firm. I started my own law firm in 2007, and I currently own and manage the Law Office of J.P. Harbour located in San Francisco.
Networking, sports, concerts, travel, reading, and volunteering for nonprofit and professional organizations, such as serving on the Executive Committee of the Bay Area Young Tax Lawyers Committee, which regularly holds meetings and seminars at GGU.