Lobbying, Legal Ethics, Research and Writing

The Law Office of Larry Doyle offers a distinctive range of services stemming from Larry’s long and distinguished career shaping California law as lobbyist and lawyer and legal ethicist, as well as his practical experience applying the law on behalf of clients as a litigator, trusts and estates practitioner and mediator.

As a contract lobbyist, Larry has guided over a hundred legislative proposals into law on behalf of the nonprofit Conference of California Bar Associations (CCBA), a statewide organization of attorneys representing over 30 local, regional and specialty bar associations.  Before that, he spent nearly two decades as the Chief Legislative Counsel and principal lobbyist for the State Bar of California, overseeing (and, where necessary, helping prevent) the enactment of hundreds of legislative proposals relating to attorney conduct, lawyer ethics, and the practice of law in the fields of family law, trusts and estates law, business law, and others.

As a lawyer, Larry focuses his practice on advising attorneys and other clients on matters of attorney ethics, lawyer professional conduct, admission to the State Bar, and related issues. He has written and lectured extensively on a variety of topics relating to lawyer ethics.  He also provides legal research and writing (and occasional court appearances) for attorneys in the areas of lawyer ethics and trusts and estates law.  In this latter area, Larry’s nearly unparalleled background in statutory development and legislative intent places him at the top of his field.

Larry also has conducted many successful mediations and negotiations, relying on his training and negotiating skills developed over years of successful lobbying.

To contact:

Larry Doyle
Law Office of Larry Doyle
Legal & Legislative  Research and Advocacy
Cell (916) 761-8959
Fax (916) 583-7672

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