Art Baghdishyan represents clients in a broad range of disputes and has experience in all aspects of litigation. Whether he is representing plaintiffs or defendants, he combines his creativity with zealous advocacy to obtain the best possible results in an efficient manner.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Baghdishyan represented the County of Los Angeles, insurance companies, and manufacturers in a wide variety of cases.
Mr. Baghdishyan graduated from Loyola Law School, completing the school’s Civil Litigation and Advocacy Concentration Program. While at Loyola, he was also selected to the competitive Hobbs District Attorney Clinic, where he conducted preliminary hearings in criminal court for serious felony cases. In addition, Mr. Baghdishyan served on Loyola’s Scott Moot Court Honors Board. He also served as a judicial extern for Justice Norvell “Fred” Woods Jr. at the California Court of Appeal.