Gordon Reid Wallack, Esq.
Mr. Wallack has been successfully litigating real property disputes for more than 20 years. In addition to being a veteran trial lawyer, he serves as a temporary judge in both the Superior and Municipal Courts for Los Angeles, Culver City, Van Nuys and Santa Monica. After being both in front of and behind the bench, Mr. Wallack has the unique ability to cut to the chase and get to the heart of the issue. As a fair and impartial fact-finder, Mr. Wallack has successfully administered hundreds of disputes, bringing about quick and expedient resolutions.

Mr. Wallack, a licensed Real Estate Broker, is creator and author of the Residential Real Estate Transaction Guide and So You’ve Been Sued, Now What, published by the Risk Management Institute of the California Association of REALTORS©, Inc.


Real Property, Errors and Omissions, Brokerage Defense, Fiduciary Duty, Construction Litigation, Products and Professional Liability, Business Litigation, Discovery, Contracts


  • J.D. (1978), Western State University
  • B.A. (1975), Political Science, University of Southern California


  • Awarded highest honor of an “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. “A” is defined as very high to preeminent legal ability; “V” is defined as very high to preeminent general referral.
  • Awarded a place in the Who’s Who in American Law, Second Edition
  • Teaching credential for the California Community Colleges in the subject of law
  • Receiver, Los Angeles Superior Court, Approved
  • Provisional Director, Los Angeles Superior Court


Los Angeles County, Orange County, Ventura County and Inland Empire; will travel upon request with special arrangements.