Vincent O. Goble
Vincent O. Goble’s practice focuses on real estate transactions, water law, land use, water companies and districts, and business transactions. He represents individuals, businesses, public agencies, and water and land trusts.
Mr. Goble joined Perry Johnson Anderson Miller & Moskowitz LLP in August 2023 as part of its real estate transactions, business transactions, and land use practice group.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Goble practiced in the Santa Rosa City Attorney’s Office with its land use, water, and contracts practice groups primarily representing the Planning and Economic Development Department and the Water Department. Mr. Goble assisted the City in reaching resolutions concerning conditions of approval and covenants, conditions, and restrictions for development projects, easement disputes, City contractor agreements, and amendments to City housing ordinances.
Also prior to joining the firm, in his solo practice, Mr. Goble represented landowners, farmers, ranchers, open space districts, land trusts, and water trusts to advance their water rights and real property interests when navigating water law and regulations. Mr. Goble has represented such clients in proceedings before the California State Water Resources Control Board.
In 2022, Mr. Goble externed at the California Supreme Court in the chambers of Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye where he made recommendations concerning petitions for review, provided legal research and analysis for draft opinions, and edited the fifth edition of the California Style Manual.
Education and Memberships
Mr. Goble earned a Juris Doctorate magna cum laude from University of San Francisco School of Law in 2022 and a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2006. He is a former member of the McAuliffe Honor Society and the University of San Francisco Law Review.
Mr. Goble is a member of the California and Sonoma County Bar Associations.
Prior to his legal practice, Mr. Goble farmed in western Sonoma County purveying food to local restaurants and community members. He continues to live in West County while raising his two children.