Arpineh Yeremian, Esq. is a highly experienced advocate for clients in the greater Southern California region and beyond. Educated in Psychology before attending law school, Ms. Yeremian has developed an innate understanding of the power of connecting with people – clients and juries alike. She displays passion and vigor toward every case. With a career record that demonstrates her versatility in the courtroom, Ms. Yeremian has now devoted her practice to fighting for those suffering from injury. Ms. Yeremian spent more than a decade litigating for a well-known defense firm learning first-hand the ins and outs of defense tactics and practices through trial. She was trained by some of the best defense litigators in Los Angeles. However, working for the insurance company wasn’t rewarding for Ms. Yeremian. She wanted to utilize her litigation skills for good, helping those injured to get the justice they deserve. That is why Ms. Yeremian brought her priceless knowledge of defense strategies, aggressive litigation experience and passion for advocacy to bear against the insurance company when she joined Dordulian Law Group.
Now a voice for the injured, she uses her former defense training against the insurance company to beat them at their own game. Ms. Yeremian attended Southwestern University, School of Law as a recipient of the Paul J. Wildman scholarship. While in law school she continued various community outreach programs through the Armenian Law Student Association as well as volunteer work for underprivileged children and families in need of legal aid for domestic and adoption related issues. During the entirety of her years in law school Ms. Yeremian worked at various law firms, obtaining practice in all aspects of civil litigation from both sides thereby making the path to her future employment niche very clear.
She obtained her Juris Doctorate and became a member of the California Bar in 2006. She is licensed to practice before all the courts of the State of California as well as the United States District Court, Central District of California.
|Southwestern Univ SOL||Law||N/A|
|California St Univ Northridge||Undergraduate||N/A|
Posted by A. Karapetyan
Tue Jul 14 2020