Mr. Hariri graduated from the University of California, San Diego before attending Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. There, he was an Editor of the prestigious Entertainment Law Review. While attending law school, Mr. Hariri externed for the Honorable Judge Ellen Carroll for the Central District of California Federal Bankruptcy Court. He also volunteered at the Domestic Violence Clinic at the Chula Vista Courthouse in San Diego, assisting individuals who were victims of harassment and domestic violence.
In 2007, Mr. Hariri began his legal career working on behalf of several prominent national litigation defense firms. While at these firms, Mr. Hariri represented clients on a wide range of complex civil litigation matters, including but not limited to: toxic torts, car accidents, trucking accidents, product liability, landlord/tenant disputes, environmental contamination issues, professional liability (malpractice), premises liability, business litigation, and personal injury claims.
Mr. Hariri's extensive experience representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants gives him a keen understanding of the values, interests, and injuries that relate to each of his clients – whether they are on the defense side or the plaintiff’s side.
This balance of perspective allows him to pursue the best avenues to advocate on behalf of his client’s interests.
Mr. Hariri is admitted to practice law in California and the United States District Court for the Southern and Central Districts of California.
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Ms. Arshakyan’s primary area of practice is workers compensation and personal injury.
Ms. Arshakyan began her legal education early. She was accepted to the University of San Diego School of Law at the age of 19, becoming one of the youngest students to be admitted to USD’s school of law. While balancing a full course load, Ms. Arshakyan invested her free time clerking at the employee rights center assisting employees before the National Labor Relations Board, Labor Commissioner, and California Unemployment Appeals Board. She continued to develop her legal skills working at a Plaintiffs’ litigation firm representing clients in personal injury cases.
Ms. Arshakyan is devoted to representing her clients’ interests and bringing them the best results possible. She provides a level of personal attention to their cases that many law firms simply fail to provide. Ms. Arshakyan personally reviews and works on each of her clients’ cases.
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