Hon. Kevin Enright



San Diego Superior Court

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Hon. Kevin Enright


The Honorable Kevin A. Enright is a San Diego Superior Court judge. In 2010 and 2011, he served as the Presiding Judge of the San Diego Superior Court. Currently, his assignment is civil trials. He has more than four decades of legal experience. In addition to his judicial experience, Judge Enright served in private practice at Butz, Lucas, Dunn and Enright from 1985 to 1995. He also spent five years as a Deputy District Attorney in Mendocino County from 1979 to 1984, where, as a prosecuting attorney, he tried more than 100 jury trials to verdict.

Judge Enright has served on numerous state and local committees and programs, including the Judicial Council of California, Chairman of the Trial Court Presiding Judges Advisory and Executive Committees, President of the Board of Directors of the San Diego Defense Lawyers, member of the Civil Law Education Committee, Center for Judicial Education and Research, member of the Board of Governors, Association of Business Trial Lawyers, San Diego, member of the Judicial Ethics Committee of the California Judges Association, member of the Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Code of Judicial Ethics, and Master of the American Inns of Court, William B. Enright Chapter.


  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, J.D., 1979
  • Stanford University, B.A., 1975

Judicial Service

  • San Diego Superior Court Appointed August 21, 1997, by Governor Wilson
  • San Diego Municipal Court, Appointed March 8, 1995, by Governor Wilson

Professional Activities

  • Justice Richard D. Huffman Award, San Diego Chapter, American Board of Trial Advocates (2016)
  • Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws, California Western School of Law (2012)
  • Judge of the Year, Consumer Attorneys of San Diego (2011 and 2021)

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