Law School/Year: Standford Law School
College/Year: Columbia College
David Bagley has been with the San Diego real estate law firm Hecht Solberg Robinson Goldberg & Bagley LLP since leaving active duty in the Navy at the end of 1984. His practice includes real estate finance (representing both secured lenders and borrowers), commercial lending, commercial real property acquisition and development, commercial leasing, and other real estate and business transactions. In recent years he has been involved in numerous commercial real estate loan and preferred equity transactions, and has represented both sellers and buyers of distressed real estate assets and OREO. He also represents a number of California State University auxiliary organizations as corporate counsel on governance matters, business and real estate transactions, and other matters. Bagley was the 2003–2004 Chair of the California State Bar's Real Property Law Section. He is a fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys, a frequent speaker on real property acquisition and finance topics for the California Continuing Education of the Bar, the State Bar of California, NAIOP, Lorman Education Services and other groups, and has been listed since 2006 in Best Lawyers in America. Professional Affiliations Before entering private practice, Bagley served in the U.S. Navy as a surface line officer. After law school he was a judge advocate, continuing after active duty as a drilling reservist before retiring as a Captain in the JAG Corps. He is a member and past president of the board of trustees of The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, a board member of Episcopal Community Services, a San Diego-based a provider of social services to low-income families and individuals, and vice chancellor of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego.