Government and Quasi-Government Entities
Aguirre, Morris & Severson attorneys have a broad range of experience spanning three decades representing government and public interests. With experience in the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and the United States Attorneys' Office, the former duly elected City Attorney for the City of San Diego, Mike Aguirre, understands the complex issues facing public entities and boards. With a Masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, he uses the highest level of scholarship and experience to get to the right result.
Partner Chris Morris has handled construction and contract litigation for the City of San Diego, and later served as an Assistant City Attorney on Special matters.
Partner Maria Severson, as Chief of the City of San Diego's Trial Unit, oversaw the defense of hundreds of lawsuits annually, including those relating to property rights, contract disputes, injury to persons and property, and rights and duties of parties. She is experienced in initiating litigation designed to recover monies when her clients had been wronged.
All three have extensive jury and non-jury trial experience in public and private law, and acted as advisors to those entrusted with serving the public interest. Whether serving the public or the individuals and businesses that make up our community, these three trial lawyers provide comprehensive solutions for their clients.