Margaret Doyle is the immediate past president of the Capitol City Trial Lawyers and has been a member or the Board of Directors for more than 10 years. She has been very active in the personal injury arena and was the co-chair of the 2004 Consumer Attorney of California seminar.
In 2000, she was named in the Sacramento Lawyer Magazine as one of the top ten personal injury attorneys in Sacramento. She is a graduate of the Lorenzo Patino School of Law (1987) and has been practicing personal injury in the Sacramento area since 1987. She is a member of the Sacramento County Bar Association and handles fee arbitrations and disputes for the Sacramento County Bar.
In addition, she serves as a Judge Pro-tempore for both Sacramento County and Placer County. Ms. Doyle has served as an adjunct professor of law for both the Lorenzo Patino School of Law and Northwest California University School of Law.
Daniel G. O’Donnell is a 1987 graduate of UC Davis. In 1991, he graduated of McGeorge School of Law. He was admitted into practice on December 17, 1991. Mr. O’Donnell is a Board Member of the Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association and the Sacramento County Bar Association. He is also a Member of the Yolo County Bar Association and the California Employee Lawyers Association.
Mr. O’Donnell serves a Pro Tem Judge for El Dorado County Superior Court and Sacramento County Small Claims Court. He has had verdicts published in Jury Verdicts and case settlements published in newspapers, including the Sacramento Bee.
In addition to his law practice, Mr. O’Donnell is an Adjunct Professor for the Los Rios Community College District.