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Adrian G. Driscoll

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor Adrian Driscoll is a senior counsel in the San Francisco office of Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney. In his over 30 years of practice, he has litigated a variety of civil cases and appeals in state and federal courts. Driscoll is a former member of the State Bar's Committee on the Administration of Justice (Litigation Section) and Committee on the History of Law in California, and is a past president of the St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco and the San Francisco Marine Claim Agents Association. He also continues to serve as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Army Reserve, where he has completed courses in Government Ethics, the Rule of Law, Fiscal Law, and Domestic Operations Law at the Judge Advocate General's Legal Center at the University of Virginia. Driscoll completed the Mediation and Conflict Resolution course at UC Berkeley Extension in 2008, and serves as a mediator for the San Francisco and Sonoma County Superior Courts. His publications include "Preparing and Opposing Petitions for Mandate or Prohibition" in the Continuing Education of the Bar's Appeals and Writs in Criminal Cases.

Education
  • BS, UC Davis
  • JD, University of San Francisco
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