Beau C. Mayfield
Attorney Beau Mayfield has been providing his clients with efficient and practical legal advice since 2010. Attorney Beau Mayfield believes in three pillars of practicing law; ethical advice, practical legal counsel, and passionate advocacy. At the Law Office of Beau Mayfield, clients can rest assured that Attorney Beau Mayfield will provide sound legal advice in an efficient manner.
Attorney Beau Mayfield began his career as a judicial law clerk in the First Circuit-State of Hawai'i for the Honorable Judge Rhonda A. Nishimura and Honorable Judge Edward H. Kubo Jr. Mr. Mayfield participated as a law clerk in over 40 jury trials while performing legal research and writing memorandums for the Judge's consideration. After the one year clerkship, Attorney Beau Mayfield opened his first law firm, Mayfield and Yen, LLP. Mayfield and Yen, LLP focused on small business law, estate planning, and litigation in both Nevada and California.
In 2012, Attorney Beau Mayfield moved in-house as Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel for GWG Holdings, Inc., a publicly listed financial services firm specializing in the secondary market of life insurance. There he oversaw the company's IPO on NASDAQ and other registered capital offerings. Mr. Mayfield developed the company's anti-fraud policies, state regulated purchasing contracts, and operational compliance protocols. Shortly thereafter Attorney Beau Mayfield founded the Law Office of Beau Mayfield in 2018 focusing on estate planning and business legal services. In 2019, Mr. Mayfield became a part-time faculty member of Sierra College teaching Business Law and Intro to Business.
Attorney Beau Mayfield graduated in 2008 from the University of the Pacific-McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California. During his time at McGeorge, Beau Mayfield had the pleasure of studying Fundamental Rights in Austria taught by United States Supreme Court Justice, Anthony M. Kennedy. Mr. Mayfield also founded the McGeorge Golf Club. Prior to law school, Mr. Mayfield completed his undergraduate degree in Native American Studies at the University of California- Davis in 2005. While at Davis, Mr. Mayfield had the honor to serve as the Student Program Director for Native American Culture Days, an annual campus-wide cultural awareness festival featuring educational guest speakers, film festival, and art shows.
Attorney Beau Mayfield enjoys spending his free time with his family, including his wife Sue Mayfield and his children, Sydney and Dean. Mr. Mayfield also enjoys golfing, gardening and every activity that explores the outdoor wonder of the Sierras.