Michael Seville has spent his entire professional career fighting for justice and the rights of those who need it most. He received his bachelor’s degree in Politics at the University of California, Santa Cruz where he was active in the student newspaper and other campus activities. He then spent five years working for a labor union, refining his research skills and mastering the inner workings of government. He then went on to receiving his Juris Doctorate at Golden Gate University School of Law, where he focused his studies on labor and employment law, as well as civil rights litigation. While in law school, Michael interned at the Women’s Employment Rights Clinic and was the recipient of the American Bar Associations award for excellence in Labor and Employment Law. In addition, Michael was selected as a participant in the Moot Court competition, where he was elected as editor of the final appeal brief that the team argued in competitions. Following law school, he opened his own law firm, Seville Law, where he represented unions and worker. He then was hired to several as the executive director a large public sector union in Oregon and then in California.
Michael has been an active civil rights and labor and employment lawyer, representing workers and unions in arbitrations, litigation and settlement discussions and is committed to excellence and fighting relentlessly for his clients.
Curtis Briggs has rapidly emerged as one of California’s top criminal defense attorneys, handling some of the most significant cases in United States history. He is energetic, committed, and continually focuses on professional development as a trial lawyer. He is eager to do his part to defend against societal injustice. Whether it is representing those accused of a crime, civil rights violations, civil suits, or crisis management and media relations, Curtis will meet the challenge with integrity and passion
Curtis Briggs received his bachelor’s degree in Sociology at California State, San Bernardino where he became President of the Students for Social Justice club. He went on to receive a Public Interest Scholarship to Golden Gate University School of Law. There he completed his Juris Doctorate, going on to receive the graduation award for Academic Excellence in Criminal Law. Beginning his career as an attorney, he volunteered at the San Francisco Public Defenders Office for three years, where he worked alongside the most tenacious public defenders in America, litigating cases involving burglary, narcotics possession and sales, rape, attempted murder, hate crimes, battery, and more. Curtis now boasts an exemplary record for dismissals in his career as a private practice trial attorney in San Francisco. Curtis is frequently quoted in the media and has litigated some of the most high-profile criminal defense cases in California. Curtis is dedicated to ensuring that each his clients are given the respect they deserve and for tenaciously challenging the opposing party in every case he takes on.