Jessica S. Doidge

Jessica S. Doidge


WSG Practice Industries


California, U.S.A.


Jessica Doidge is an attorney in the Firm’s San Diego office. She is member of the Litigation, Real Estate and Land Use Practice Groups, focusing her practice primarily on general litigation matters.  Ms. Doidge also has experience in real estate including, land use, permitting/entitlements, title issues, boundary disputes and environmental matters.

Ms. Doidge represents clients through all stages of litigation including trial and through appeal. Recently, Ms. Doidge helped her clients successfully appeal a trial court judgment relating to a residential boundary dispute. The Court of Appeal found the trial court failed to enter a judgment pursuant to the terms of the parties’ settlement agreement. (Machado v. Myers (2019) 39 Cal.App.5th 779, 801.) The Court of Appeal reversed with directions to enter a new judgment setting forth all the material terms of the parties’ settlement agreement, including a license agreement in favor of Ms. Doidge’s clients. (Ibid.)

In the community, Ms. Doidge serves on the Board of Directors of Home Start Inc., a local San Diego nonprofit organization that uses a community-based collaborative effort to reach children and families at risk in order to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Professional Activities

  • San Diego County Bar Association
  • Urban Land Institute, Young Leaders Group

Bar Admissions

  • California


  • California Western School of Law
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
Areas of Practice

Land Use | Litigation | Real Estate


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