Mr. Orrock attended University of LaVerne School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctorate in 1977. Mr. Orrock’s post-graduate studies in aircraft accident reconstruction were at the Rutgers University in 1967. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in rhetoric and public address from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1965.
Admission to Practice
Mr. Orrock was admitted to practice law in the California State Bar in 1977, the United States District Court, Central District of California, the United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit) in 1978, and the Supreme Court of the United States in 1981.
- Riverside County Bar Association
- Arbitration Committee of the Riverside County Bar Association
- Past member of the Fee Arbitration Committee of the Riverside County Bar Association
- Past President of the Riverside County Barristers Association
- Past member of the Judicial Nominating Committee
- Judicial Evaluation Committee
- Past Chairman of the Fee Arbitration Committee
- Mediator with the Riverside Superior Court
- Mediator with the 4th District Court of Appeals, 2nd Division
Mr. Orrock has tried over 90 jury cases to verdict in areas including roadway design, inverse condemnation, premise liability, wrongful termination, vehicle accidents, and general tort litigation. Significant cases Mr. Orrock has tried to verdict include:
- Harmon v. Riverside Transit Agency
- Dean v. County of Riverside
- Pacific Telephone v. County of Riverside
- White v. Moreno Valley Unified School Dist.
- Bel Air v. Riverside County Flood Control
- DeBacco v. County of Riverside
- Drllicka v. County of Riverside
- 65 Butterfield v. County of Riverside
- Argo v. City of Riverside
- Prieto v. County of Riverside
- Ruttencutter v. City of Riverside
- Deskin v. City of Riverside
- Hovanec v. City of Riverside
- Rivera v. Ralphs Grocery Company
- Britton v. Hoosier Construction Co.
- Cabral v. Ralphs Grocery Company
- Villalobos v. Pico
- Luna v. Riverside County Flood Control
- Pingrey v. City of Riverside
Mr. Orrock was commissioned to serve in the United States Army in 1965. He retired in 1990 as a Colonel.