James A. McIntyre ’60

James A. McIntyre ’60, of San Diego; Aug. 16. He earned his JD from Stanford University Law School and spent his career at the San Diego law firm of McInnis, Fitzgerald, Rees, Sharkey & McIntyre as a civil trial attorney, where he became a named partner. Known as a formidable trial lawyer, he tried more than 115 civil jury trials, most notably winning the biggest jury award to date in San Diego County against Hartford Insurance Company in 1985. Jim had a long and impressive career as a legal professional and was nominated by President George H.W. Bush to the Federal District Court. In 1993, he was appointed as judge of the San Diego Superior Court and elevated to the Fourth District Court of Appeals in 1996, where he sat for 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Victoria; four children; and three grandchildren.

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