While studying at UCLA, I graduated Cum Laude with majors in political science and... more
While studying at UCLA, I graduated Cum Laude with majors in political science and European studies. After receiving my BA, I was awarded membership to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, and graduated law school at UCLA in 2008. While earning my JD, I was a judicial extern for Justice Steven Z. Perren in the California Court of Appeal, a staff editor for the Journal of International Law and Foreign Af... view profile
Neal S. Zaslavsky is the principal at the Law Office of Neal S. Zaslavsky, a... more
Neal S. Zaslavsky is the principal at the Law Office of Neal S. Zaslavsky, a Professional Corporation. Neal has extensive experience in both law and business, with a professional career that has spanned nearly a quarter of a century. Neal graduated from Southwestern Law School with Distinction for Public Service, where he was a part of the prestigious SCALE program, which enables a select ... view profile
Attorney Joseph Cohen earned his law degree and MBA at UCLA. While in school, he... more
Attorney Joseph Cohen earned his law degree and MBA at UCLA. While in school, he worked for PIMCO, a leading investment management company. Upon graduation, Joseph worked as an attorney at Paul Hastings, one of the largest law firms in the world. In his second year at Paul Hastings, Joseph left to start Cohen Counsel. “Working for a traditional firm was a great experience, but from the client... view profile
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