Biography

Following his service as a trial lawyer for 26 years with the specialty of construction law, business, and real property issues, Mike London joined the University of San Francisco in July of 2006 as its assistant vice president for facilities management.

A graduate civil engineer from University of Santa Clara, Mr. London received his masters’ degree in construction engineering and management from Stanford University with emphasis in construction management. He began his career as a construction engineer with nationally known general contractors, where he gained extensive hands-on experience in cost estimating, scheduling, and project management. Thereafter, Mr. London attended University of Santa Clara School of Law, practicing with the Oakland firm of McInerney & Dillon.

Mr. London is admitted to practice before the U.S. Claims Court and all federal, state, and appellate courts in California. He served as an adjunct professor of civil engineering at Stanford University for 20 years. He has served on the panel of arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association and is trained as a mediator by the Pepperdine Strauss Institute.

Education
BSce, Santa Clara University
MSce, Stanford University
JD, Santa Clara University