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J.D. 2021 – Loyola Law School, 
Los Angeles, California

M.A. Taxation 2014 – University of San Diego, San Diego, California

B.A. Accountancy 2014 – University of San Diego, San Diego, California

Bar and Court Admissions

State of California – Admitted


Certified Public Accountant


Spanish (Elementary)


National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees: The Academy, “The Hanging Paragraph - Hanging on Every Word" (2020)

Anthony Gomez

Senior Associate Attorney 

+1 858.622.7878 main  

+1 858.622.0411 fax

As a Senior Associate Attorney at Teeple Hall, LLP, Anthony J. Gomez handles a variety of legal and tax matters in the Firm’s Private Client, Corporate & Transactional, International, and Tax Practice Groups. In this role, Mr. Gomez oversees the day-to-day management of the Firm’s tax reporting and compliance practices. Mr. Gomez handles matters in a variety of focus areas including income tax, private client tax, audit and tax controversy, U.S. foreign compliance, international business transactions, citizenship and tax residency, and more. 

With his accounting and tax reporting background, designation as a Certified Public Accountant, and eight (8) years of work experience with two Big Four accounting firms in Los Angeles and San Diego, Mr. Gomez brings a wealth of knowledge of tax law and corporate transactions that uniquely position him to navigate the complexities of domestic and international tax law. Having been engaged in legal and financial services since 2014, Mr. Gomez possesses experience collaborating with domestic and international teams, providing strategic insights on acquisitions, dispositions, and restructurings. His multifaceted background exemplifies the Firm’s values, ensuring clients receive unparalleled legal support.

In addition to his credentials as a CPA, Mr. Gomez holds a Juris Doctor from LMU Loyola Law School with concentrations in Tax Law and Corporate Law, as well as a Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Science in Taxation from the University of San Diego. 

Mr. Gomez’s professional memberships include the State Bar of California as well as the California Board of Accountancy. His scholarly contributions include the publication "The Hanging Paragraph – Hanging on Every Word”, a scholarly article regarding the ability of consumers to bifurcate their debt between secured and unsecured claims when filing for bankruptcy. Beyond his professional achievements, Mr. Gomez actively volunteers with organizations such as Public Counsel-Pasadena and Thrive Scholars, as well as serving as a teaching assistant at an elementary school, coaching little league baseball, and engaging in additional community-oriented activities. 

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