Alex K. Hadjian is an associate attorney at Mancini & Associates. Mr. Hadjian handles the Plaintiff’s employment law and litigation, as well as Plaintiff’s personal injury cases and malpractice cases.
Mr. Hadjian received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, in Los Angeles, California. While in law school, Mr. Hadjian was a Note & Comment Editor and published author for the Loyola Law Review. Mr. Hadjian graduated cum laude and additionally received recognition from the Order of the Coif. Mr. Hadjian was also a Research Assistant to Loyola Law School’s Director of Public Interest and Clinical Professor of Law Sande Buhai. Mr. Hadjian has additionally volunteered with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles’ Veteran’s Aid Clinic. Mr. Hadjian earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in June of 2015.
When a client comes to us needing our professional help to resolve an issue in employment law, serious personal injury, business torts, or civil rights, our lawyers will first focus on each client’s individual background and goals to determine the best way to proceed. Using our depth of understanding of the law, combined with the latest in courtroom technology.
Our attorneys will commit wholeheartedly to our clients’ causes and fight for any compensation they deserve.