Brian Wright-Bushman is an associate in the Irvine office. Mr. Wright-Bushman assists cities and other public agencies with a wide variety of issues including land use and planning, public works and public contracting, CEQA compliance, housing, fees and taxes, ordinances and resolutions, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, conflicts of interest, drone law, code enforcement, and rent control. He also has broad litigation experience, having worked on cases involving civil rights, land use, dangerous conditions of public property, pension law, and nuisance abatement. Mr. Wright-Bushman serves as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Chino, the City of Lompoc, and the City of Morro Bay, and regularly provides legal counsel at planning commission meetings.
Mr. Wright-Bushman studied philosophy at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and studied theology and law at the University of Notre Dame. During law school, Mr. Wright-Bushman was a member of the Law Review and the Seventh Circuit Moot Court team, and received the Conrad Kellenberg Award for outstanding public service and community involvement.