John A. Mayers is a Partner with Mulvaney Barry, specializing in commercial litigation, business litigation, real property and creditor’s rights. Mr. Mayers was born in Des Plaines, Illinois on March 25, 1962, and attended California State University, Northridge, receiving his B.A. in 1985. Mr Mayers later attended Pepperdine University and received his law degree in 1990. Mr. Mayers authored Note, Coy v. Iowa: A Constitutional Right of Intimidation (1989) and co-authored California Supreme Court Survey: Recent Trends in California Death Penalty Law (1989). Additionally, Mr. Mayers was Lead Articles Editor for the Pepperdine Law Review, Best Advocate, participated in the 1989 Dalsimer Moot Court Tournament, Third Place Petitioner’s Brief, 1989 Dalsimer Mood Court Tournament, and Advocate, the 1989 National Moot Court Competition as Finalist in Regional Rounds, Quarter-Finalist in National Rounds, and Second Best Brief in National Rounds in 1989-1990. Mr. Mayers was a recipient of a Law Review Scholarship and the McConnell-DiLoretto Scholarship.
Mr. Mayers served as a Judicial Extern for the California Court of Appeals and was admitted to the California Bar and the U. S. District Court, Southern District of California in 1990, and the U. S. District Court, Central District of California in 1991.