Perry A. Pirsch, the founder of Pirsch Legal Services, has 20 years in the practice of law. Pirsch has an extensive background in business law, employment law, estate planning, litigation, government affairs, and has assisted hundreds of clients before state and federal courts, government body administrative hearings, and in negotiations, and mediations. Pirsch works with the owners or board of directors of numerous small businesses, nonprofit corporations, and charities, with families, and individuals who need competent and experienced counsel.
Pirsch received his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University of Nebraska College of Law; a Masters in Journalism (M.A.) from the University of Nebraska; and his Masters in Public and Nonprofit Administration (M.P.A.) from George Mason University. During law school, Pirsch clerked for the Nebraska Department of Justice in Criminal Appeals and, following graduation, he was appointed as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Nebraska. Subsequently, Pirsch served as Legislative Counsel to Congressman Lee Terry, General Counsel to the Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts, and Deputy State Treasurer and General Counsel to the Nebraska State Treasurer
Pirsch is licensed in both state and federal courts in Nebraska, the District of Columbia, the Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims, and the United States Tax Court.
Pirsch is also the author of numerous business law articles, Attorney General Opinions, fiction, and his thesis, Blind Trusts as a Model for Campaign Finance Reform, was selected for publication by William and Mary Policy Journal.
- George Mason University, Class of 2003, M.P.A. Public and Nonprofit Administration
- University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Class of 1994, B.A. Political Science
- University of Nebraska at Lincoln, M.A.
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law, J.D.
- 1998, Nebraska
- 2000, District of Columbia
- 2001, U.S. Tax Court
- Admitted in 2009, U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
- Thomas Davis v. State of Nebraska – Plaintiff awarded $250,000