About Me

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David B. Stromberg

I am a formally trained commercial mediator, evaluator, and arbitrator, facilitating dispute resolution (mediations, arbitrations, and neutral evaluations) since 1994 in the business environments and for individuals, both privately and in conjunction with the Contra Costa Superior Court’s program, the Alameda County Superior Court ADR programs, the Santa Clara Superior Court ADR programs; and the California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District appellate mediation program.

Civic Participation

I have lived in Lamorinda since 1991. I lost my home in the Oakland Hills in the 1991 Oakland Hills Firestorm. I moved to Lafayette where I served as a Trustee on the Lafayette School District Governing Board and also on the Parks & Rec Commission. I was a youth sports coach for my four sons, coaching their soccer, basketball and baseball teams. Two of my sons attended Campolindo High School while the other attended Acalanes High School. I also served on the Board of Directors for the Family & Community Services of Contra Costa County

I moved to Moraga in July 2015, when I married Patricia Reynolds. Her daughters Jennifer and Ashley attended Campolindo High School. Two of my sons, Jake and Aaron, also attended Campolindo High School.

Since moving to Moraga, I have served two years on the Town of Moraga Design Review Board, including one year as its Chairperson. I have served three years on the Town of Moraga Planning Commission, including the last two years as its Chairperson.

I am also on the Board of Directors for the Moraga Community Foundation.

Educational Background

Cornell University, College of Arts & Sciences, AB History 1976

Boston College Law School, JD 1979

Law Affiliations

  • A member of the Contra Costa County Bar Association and the State Bar of California.
  • Past President of the Real Estate Section of the Contra Costa Bar Association.

Work History

Stromberg Law Firm, Attorneys/Mediators, 1998 – present
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A mixture of watershed land and newly purchased Carr Ranch land, 604-acres in Lamorinda adjacent to Moraga, is seen with the upper San Leandro reservoir in the distance from Moraga, Calif., on Wednesday, March 15, 2017.  The Carr Ranch property was purchased and is being preserved through a partnership between the East Bay Municipal Utility District and the John Muir Land Trust. (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)