San Diego Super Lawyers Articles

Dustin Snipes

Driven

Craig McClellan argues complicated cases for two-minute minds

Featuring Craig McClellan

The Second-Happiest Place on Earth

Fred Schenk is the magic behind the San Diego County Fair

Featuring Frederick Schenk

Vetting

Nicole Heffel helps female vets in trouble

Featuring Nicole Heffel

He Had Us at Hello

Stephen Oddo was Jerry Maguire before Jerry Maguire

Featuring Stephen J. Oddo

Discovery with Valerie Garcia Hong

May the odds be ever in Valerie Garcia Hong’s favor

Featuring Valerie Garcia Hong

Local Counsel with Dawn Saunders

Real estate lawyer Dawn Saunders tells us what’s good in the neighborhood

Featuring Dawn Saunders

Dustin Snipes

The Two Sides of Koji Fukumura

The securities lawyer is a mix of laid-back Hawaiian and Philly street fighter

Featuring Koji F. Fukumura

500 Hours of Prep for a 30-Minute Argument

If Kathryn Karcher lives in Washington state, why is she president of the California Academy of Appellate Lawyers?

Featuring Kathryn E. Karcher

Troll Roads

Stephen Korniczky conquered a patent troll—and then made it pay

Featuring Stephen S. Korniczky

Frank Rogozienski

Fitzgerald’s Trumpet

When Ken Fitzgerald isn’t repping the San Diego Chicken or cross-examining bad actors, he moonlights with the La Jolla Symphony

Featuring Kenneth M. Fitzgerald

Frank Rogozienski

The Man in the Gray Hat

The formerly controversial Gene Iredale embraces nuance and theft

Featuring Eugene G. Iredale

Frank Rogozienski

The Ownership Society

What makes Andrews Lagasse Branch & Bell work?

Featuring Margaret C. Bell, …

The Nonprofit Motive

How Darryl Solberg helps organizations become tax-exempt

Featuring Darryl O. Solberg

Frank Rogozienski

The General

MICHAEL I. NEIL JOINED THE MILITARY BECAUSE OF THE ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT AND BECAME COMMANDER AT CAMP PENDLETON DURING THE GULF WAR

Featuring Michael I. Neil

Frank Rogozienski

The Defense (Never) Rests

John H. Gomez was already a top trial lawyer; then he went back to college—Gerry Spence’s

Featuring John H. Gomez

Frank Rogozienski

Collaborative Art

How an expertise in poisoning led Alexandra Kwoka to family law

Featuring Alexandra M. Kwoka

Legal Fireworks

Robert M. Howard’s battle to continue a Fourth of July tradition

Featuring Robert M. Howard

Frank Rogozienski

Mr. Fix-It

When lawyers have a mess on their hands, they call Charles Sevilla

Featuring Charles M. Sevilla

TLC After 9/11

Benjamin Bunn, Ken Turek, and the San Diego lawyers who helped the families of 9/11 victims

Featuring Benjamin C. Bunn, …

Something That Feels Like Justice

Staying up late with Mike Attanasio

Featuring Michael A. Attanasio

Frank Rogozienski

Long-Term Care

Estate planning and probate attorney Carol Kao talks with her clients about the two certainties of life: death and taxes

Featuring Carol K. Kao

The Fencer

Why Claudette Wilson chooses artful over aggressive

Featuring Claudette G. Wilson

Foreign Service

How Robert Mautino, of Mautino & Mautino, learned nine languages, snuck a Filipino war veteran into the country, and turned a Canadian into an American just by asking a few questions

Featuring Robert A. Mautino

Thou Shalt Not

Deputy District Attorney Wendy Patrick, M. Div., reconciles man’s law and God’s law

Featuring Wendy L. Patrick

Safari Browser

Alex Campillo doesn’t back down from tough cases or charging rhinos

Featuring Alejandro O. Campillo

The Gentleman Lawyer

Gerald McMahon has been killing them with kindness for 44 years

Featuring Gerald L. McMahon

The Gladiator

Cynthia Chihak's eat-what-you-kill philosophy

Featuring Cynthia Chihak

A Life Less Ordinary

Robert Brewer has had more than one case of a lifetime

Featuring Robert S. Brewer, Jr.

Thirteen Schools Before High School

Military brat Vickie E. Turner finds her home in San Diego and trial law

Featuring Vickie E. Turner

Batter Up

Mark Zebrowski helped create a baseball monument for his city

Featuring Mark C. Zebrowski

King of the Long Shots

After Dennis Schoville survived a bullet to the head, anything was possible  

Featuring Dennis A. Schoville

Tough Guy

The unfazeable Robert Murphy

Featuring Robert L. Murphy

Unstoppable

Call Virginia Nelson anything, but don't call her mellow  

 

Chief Executive Optimist

Janice Brown took an uncommon approach to the law and built an uncommon firm  

Featuring Janice P. Brown

Marathon Man

Harvey Levine goes the distance        

 

Sticks, Kicks and Suits

Whether he's sparring in the dojo or the courtroom, Craig Andrews plays to win        

Featuring Craig S. Andrews

An Attorney and a Gentleman

David Casey’s cool and composed approach to law has earned him some of the largest settlements and awards in San Diego history

Featuring David S. Casey, Jr.

Seeking Asylum

Whether he’s representing a princess or an accused terrorist, San Diego's Jonathan Montag fights for immigrant rights

Featuring Jonathan D. Montag

Intellectual Capital in San Diego

Three top intellectual property lawyers talk about practicing in a place so near to Los Angeles and Silicon Valley

Featuring Daniel G. Lamb, Jr., …

Embracing Change

San Diego's Regina Petty has never been content with the status quo

Featuring Regina A. Petty

Guarding the Fourth Estate

When the press wants to speak truth to power, Guylyn Cummins makes sure they’re heard

Featuring Guylyn R. Cummins

Espirit de Corps

The Marines made Vincent J. Bartolotta Jr. the attorney he is today

Featuring Vincent Bartolotta, Jr.

The Flame of Justice

Lilia Velasquez speaks out for refugees, immigrants and the oppressed

Featuring Lilia S. Velasquez

Protecting Indian Pass

Courtney Ann Coyle helps the Quechan Indian Tribe save its sacred land and cultural heritage

Featuring Courtney Ann Coyle

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