Jessica Beeler


Jessica Beeler focuses her practice on the defense of attorneys in litigation and transaction-based malpractice. She has handled legal malpractice matters involving estate planning, family law, criminal defense, medical malpractice, embezzlement, fraud actions, fee disputes and many other practice areas. Jessica also has defended attorneys in disciplinary proceedings. 

In addition, Jessica represents other professionals, including insurance agents and brokers, architects and engineers, HOA board members, and real estate agents and inspectors. She also handles employment law matters in state and federal court. 

Prior to joining Lewis Brisbois, Jessica worked at a national full-service law firm. She began her career as a Judicial Staff Attorney at the Supreme Court of California, Criminal Division. Thereafter, she served as a Legal Research Attorney at the Superior Court of San Francisco, worked as a trial attorney and deputy public defender at the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office, and maintained her own criminal defense practice for several years in San Francisco.

Primary Area(s) of Practice

  • Professional Liability
  • Labor & Employment

Additional Experience




  • Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS)
  • Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys (SNAWA)

Awards & Honors

  • CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Property Law, Wills and Trusts, Business Associations, Remedies, and Practical Legal Writing
  • Rose Elizabeth Bird Award for Professionalism and Integrity
  • Specialization Certificate in Labor and Employment Law with Distinction
  • Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence in Writing and Research, Criminal Procedure, and Employment Discrimination


Golden Gate University School of Law

Juris Doctor, with Highest Honors, May 2009

  • Editor-in-Chief, Golden Gate University Law Review
  • Dean's Scholarship Recipient
  • Jesse Carter Honors Society

Indiana University

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, August 2004


“Justice Carter’s Dissent in Takahashi v. Fish & Game Commission: Taking a Stand Against Racial Discrimination,” The Great Dissents of the “Lone Dissenter,” pp.86-96 (Carolina Academic Press 2010).