Founder J Niley Dorit, Esq. – San Francisco Superior Court – Busy Courtroom (Judge Pro Tem)
J NILEY DORIT, ESQ. has over 40 years of experience and he personally manages each client’s case. He excelled in Law School graduating magna cum laude and was awarded a doctorate degree of law, with Honors. He was a member of the Law Review (only top 10% of students invited) and earned the highest academic legal award that exists – Order of the Coif.
Success for Mr. Dorit’s clients come from three things: Excellent judgment, superb formal trial practice training, and HARD WORK. He has won virtually 99% of his cases and has had outstanding results making clients happy year after year after year. He has been recognized as a California Super Lawyer for years.
- Swarthmore College (1976 – BA Philosophy)
- University of Florida (1979) College of Law; Magna Cum Laude; Graduated with Honors
- Admitted to Law Review (1977) University of Florida College of Law
- Dean’s List – top 10% University of Florida College of Law (1977-1980)
- Chairperson, Council of Ten – University of Florida Law School (1978)
- Order of the Coif (1979)
- Admitted to the Florida State Bar (1979 – inactive)
- Admitted to the California State Bar (1980)
- California Super Lawyer (2008-2018)
- Part time Judge Pro Tem San Francisco Superior Court (1990)
- Part time arbitrator (1990 to date)
- Admitted into all California Courts as well as the United States District Court, Northern District of California
- Member of Consumer Attorneys of California
- Member of San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association
- Former member of Florida Bar.
In his spare time Mr. Dorit plays alto saxophone (blues and jazz). He manages a private investment fund and is active in real estate ventures. As a former professional tennis player and currently nationally ranked squash player, Mr. Dorit is and has been a successful competitor. He knows how to win; he never gives up. Some people are born with the instinct to win; some are not. . . Those competitive skills have translated directly into a consistent pattern of victories in the Courtroom for over four decades.