Christopher A. Kerosky
Mr. Kerosky is the founder and principal of the law firm, Kerosky Purves & Bogue, with eight offices in California, including Santa Rosa, Napa and San Francisco. Mr. Kerosky is a graduate of University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law and a former trial lawyer for the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C. He has been an attorney licensed to practice law in California for over 25 years.
He writes a legal column for the bilingual newspaper La Voz, Al Punto, BrasilBest, and other ethnic newspapers, as well as presenting professionally on the subject of immigration law.
Mr. Kerosky also serves as Honorary Consul for the Republic of Poland in San Francisco and his office operates as the Consulate for Poland in San Francisco. He is founder and co-chair of the San Francisco-Krakow Sister City Foundation.
Appointed in 2013 to the Human Rights Commission for Sonoma County, Mr. Kerosky speaks fluent Spanish and Polish, and conversationally in Russian and French.