619-232-8151 Practicing in San Diego since 1962

Andrew A. Servais


Andrew A. Servais

Andrew represents and counsels local businesses, attorneys and law firms in pre-litigation matters, multi-week jury trials, bench trials and arbitrations along with resulting appeals having argued several times before the 1st and 2nd Divisions of the Fourth District Court of Appeal.

Andrew’s extensive litigation experience allows him to quickly and efficiently analyze legal issues facing his clients to provide his clients with the information necessary to assess the costs/benefits of proceeding at every stage of litigation.

Andrew has obtained dozens of pre-trial dismissals of claims through summary judgment, non-suit and California’s Anti-SLAPP statute with resulting attorney fee awards well in excess of six-figures on behalf of his clients.

Prior to entering law school, Andrew worked as an aide to former congressman James Gibbons (NV) in Washington, D.C.



  • Juris Doctor, cum laude, in 2005 from California Western School of Law
  • Roger Traynor Moot Court Team while at California Western School of Law
  • Received American Jurisprudence Awards in Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure and Aging Law and Public Policy (scholarly writing seminar)
  • Extern for U. S. District Judge Howard McKibben (Dist. N.V.) and U. S. Magistrate Judge James Stiven (Ret.) and Southern District U.S. Attorney’s Office (White Collar Division)
  • Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of San Diego in 2000

Professional Memberships and Affiliations:

  • State Bar of California
  • 2016 Chair of San Diego Bar Association Legal Ethics Committee


  • San Diego Bar Association, Business Law Section: Maintaining the Attorney-Client Privilege in General Counsel or In-House Representation.
  • San Diego Bar Association, New Lawyers Division and Law Firm Management Section:Ethics for the Small/Solo Law Firm
  • San Diego Bankruptcy Forum:  Attorney Client Privilege Considerations When Representing Debtor or Creditor Entities
  • Office of the Public Defender:  Preservation and use of Social Media in Litigation
  • Annual Speaker since 2012 at the Fair Housing Law & Litigation Conference: Attorney Ethical Considerations in Fair Housing Litigation
  • Continuing Legal Education to Local Law Firms: Ethical and Risk Management Issues Implicated by Substance Abuse
  • County Counsel Civil Law and Litigation Conference: Ethical Considerations in Discovering and Preserving of Electronic Evidence
  • San Diego Association of Legal Administrators: Ethical Considerations in Attorney Marketing and Use of Social Media
  • San Diego Bar Association:  Legal Ethics Committee Presentation on Top 10 Ethics Decisions
  • Los Angeles Juvenile Delinquency Association: Ethics Issues Confronting Juvenile-Delinquency Attorneys
  • San Diego Legal Secretaries Association: Duties of candor to Clients, Courts and Opposing Counsel regarding Preservation and Production of Electronic Discover
  • San Diego Bar Association, Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law Section: How to Navigate Litigation and Ethical Issues in Estate Planning


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