Mr. Winet joined Evans, Latham & Campisi in 2013 as an associate attorney specializing in trust and estate litigation, including will contests, fiduciary accountings and surcharge actions, elder abuse litigation and related appeals.  He has participated in all forms of discovery, deposition, law and motions, trial and post-trial procedures in California probate and civil courts.  He has participated in mediation and settlement in various fora.  He has co-authored presentations dealing with the areas of probate and estate litigation for ACTEC and the Bar Association of San Francisco, including ongoing research in the areas of undue influence and remedies in will and trust contests.Professional Organizations:

He is an active member of the Bar Association of San Francisco and the Edward J. McFetridge Inn of Court.  Also, while in law school, Mr. Winet served as a mediator for the San Francisco Superior Court, Small Claims Division.


  • Contributor, Recent Developments Newsletter (2011 to present) ABA, Health Care & Pharmaceuticals Committee of the Antitrust Section.
  • Chapter Co-Author, “International Investment Law and Dispute Resolution” (2013) in J. Mark Munoz (Ed.), Handbook on the Geopolitics of Business, Edward Elgar Pub.
  • Face-Veil Bans and Anti-Mask Laws: State Interests and the Right to Cover the Face (2012) 35 Hastings Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 217.


Mr. Winet graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts in 1993, a Masters from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995 and a Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2001.  He received his Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 2012, where he was a Percy Towne Fellow and member of the Hastings International and Comparative Law Review and Alternative Dispute Resolution Team.  Mr. Winet has been a Fulbright Scholar (to Indonesia, 2007), Lila Wallace Foundation Scholar (to Syria, 2005), and Henry Luce Foundation Fellow (to Australia and Indonesia, 1999).