Malosack Berjis

Malosack Berjis

Personal Injury Lawyer
Los Angeles, CA




No Misconduct


English , Farsi

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About Me

A Los Angeles-native, Ms. Berjis received her Bachelors of Arts in History, from California State University, Long Beach, and subsequently earned her Juris Doctorate from Trinity Law School.  As a law student, Ms. Berjis received the Academic Achievement Award (for getting the highest grade in her class) in an impressive six (6) courses, which included Civil Procedure II, Remedies, Evidence,...

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Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Contingent (30%-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (20 minutes)

Client Reviews

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Exceptional Attorney

Posted by: Luis about 2 months ago.

I am more than satisfied with the Law Office of Malosack Berjis. I was involved in a car accident and reached out to Malosack, she made the process...

Personal Injury

Posted by: Bill 3 months ago.

Very professional. Kept me informed and let me know exactly what to expect and how to get thru the process. I recommend Malosack Berjis to anyone...
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Tomas Joseph Ross
Tomas Ross

Fresno, CA

11 days ago

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Aryan Aliakbarzadeh
Aryan Aliakbarzadeh

Northridge, CA

23 days ago

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2012 License Status: Active for the state of California.
Last updated by Avvo: 02/26/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

Law Office of Malosack Berjis


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JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Trinity Law School


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2014 Top Contributor Award



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2014- present Associate Member

Public Justice Foundation

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Showing 1 of 1 publication

2010 Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Surplus Embryos: A Moral Argument

Mississippi College Law Review