Labor and Collective Bargaining


A collective bargaining agreement is a legally binding document that defines many of the terms and conditions of the employee/employer relationship and can impact 80-85% of a district’s budget. Our attorneys have extensive experience in representing our clients in collective bargaining and advising and defending against grievances and unfair practice charges.

Read more

Management and Employment


A substantial part of our practice is advising our clients on management and employment issues, including employee discipline, hiring, layoffs and non-renewals, discrimination and harassment investigation and prevention, entitlement to leaves, reasonable accommodations and the interactive process.

Read more

Governance and General Business Law


The attorneys at Erickson Law Firm routinely advise our clients on issues relating to the Brown Act, public records requests, conflicts of interest, budget and funding requirements, and responses to tort and contract claims. We also review and draft employment and service agreements, vendor contracts, cooperative agreements with other public entities, sponsorship agreements, and construction and facility contracts. Our attorneys further have experience litigating administrative and lawsuits through hearing, trial, and appeal.

Read more



As counsel for schools and community colleges, we advise and represent our clients in all matters of student issues, including confidentiality and FERPA, student discipline and expulsion, special education issues, interdistrict transfers, student rights, and student complaints and grievances.

Read more

Facilities and Construction


Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. has provided advice to school and college districts regarding all aspects of the bidding and procurement process. The firm routinely provides guidance and advice to districts regarding the purchase of goods, services and property, bid protests, and the purchase, lease, sale and transfer of real property. We also have extensive experience reviewing and drafting all types of construction agreements, including the traditional design-bid-build agreements, the multi-purpose agreement, the construction management at risk agreement, the design-build agreement, and the lease-leaseback agreement.

Read more

Legal Team

Rex Randall Erickson

Attorney and Founder

Angelique Cramer


Ms. Cramer is an associate with the Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. Prior to joining the Erickson Law Firm, she was an associate with Zampi, Determan & Erickson LLP.

Joshua Taylor


Joshua Taylor is an associate with Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. Mr. Taylor earned his Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in December of 2015. He graduated with honors and as a Senior Editor of the Thomas Jefferson Law Review. He earned his Bachelors in English from San Diego State University in 2006. 

Leopoldo C. Santiago


Leopoldo (Leo) Santiago is an associate with the Erickson Law Firm A.P.C. Mr. Santiago earned his Juris Doctor degree from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. He graduated in 2012 with honors and as a member of law review. Mr. Santiago also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from University of San Diego and a California CLAD teaching credential.

Rachel Napier


Ms. Napier earned her Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2014. During law school, Ms. Napier interned with San Diego Unified School District, soon thereafter, interning with the Human Resources Department at Yuba Community College District. Ms. Napier also holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Education from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Cory R. Lacy


Mr. Lacy earned his Juris Doctor from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, graduating in the top 5% of his class. Mr. Lacy also obtained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Legal Studies, with a certificate in alternative dispute resolution from California State University, Chico. Mr. Lacy’s practice focuses on providing general counsel to educational institutions, including K-12 school districts, community college districts, and universities, as well as auxiliary organizations and other entities that provide support to educational institutions.

Latest News

Things to do in October – School Districts

Kristina Limon  Comments (0)
Important Administrative Things to do This Month for School Districts (This “to do list” is intended to provide a synopsis of a few of the tasks normally started or performed during this month.  The list is...


I have worked with Rex and found him to be very knowledgeable and very easy to work with. I give him an unqualified recommendation. -E. Paul Williams, Ret. Dean of Instruction and Liberal Arts, Victor Valley College