Jay Brown

Jay J. Brown is a graduate of University of California, San Diego where he majored in philosophy with a minor in mathematics.  He graduated from California Western School of Law in 1990, where he was a member of the Law Review.  Jay started his legal career at the oldest law firm in North San Diego County, Feist, Vetter, Knauf and Loy, where he gained valuable experience in varying civil litigation and transactional areas of law. He has extensive experience interpreting and enforcing governing documents for community associations.   For the last 30 years Jay’s practice has focused on representing community associations.   He has presented numerous community association educational seminars for attorneys of the Bar Association of Northern San Diego County, California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) as well as educational classes for the San Diego County Law Library and several adult education programs.

Jay is admitted to practice in all California courts and the Federal Court in San Diego.  He is a member of the Bar Association of Northern San Diego County and the San Diego Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI).   He is also a member of the CEB Real Property Advisory Committee

He served on the Board of Directors of the Bar Association of Northern San Diego County and Lawyer Referral Service, as well as past chair of the Real Property section.  He has received mediation training and acted as mediator in numerous community association cases. Jay has written several articles concerning community association law for local bar association publications.

When not practicing law, Jay can usually be found in the waves or puttering around his yard with his wife and their two dogs.