Jacqueline has nineteen years of experience in environmental law, land use, governmental relations, and real estate law. She has extensive trial experience including a recent construction defect award in excess of 1.2 million dollars. As an attorney for the City of San Diego, Jacqueline gained significant experience in all phases of project development from land acquisition, conceptual and environmental development, permit acquisition through construction completion and dispute resolution. Her emphasis included land development, compliance with CEQA and NEPA, and all aspects of private and public project development. Jacqueline advised on numerous high profile projects including development, construction and financing of Petco Park, the City’s New Main Library, the Central Animal Shelter, the Balboa Park Activity Center, the Tijuana River Valley Project. Jacqueline also has significant experience relating to cross-border land and infrastructure development, water availability and litigation. Jacqueline obtained her Juris Doctorate from McGeorge School of Law, Order of the Coif. She obtained her bachelors degree in Political Science from UCLA. She can be reached by phone at 530-307-9412 or by email at ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).