Armand J. Jaafari

Armand began his career practicing in the areas of plaintiff’s personal injury, wrongful death, and employment litigation, but has now expanded his practice into multiple areas advocating for both plaintiffs and defendants with an emphasis on civil rights litigation.

Armand is also a sitting director on the board of the Iranian American Lawyer’s Association, and an active member of the Langston Bar Association and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.

While earning his J.D. from Loyola Law School, Armand provided his time to the Board of Equalization to represent, negotiate and foster settlement agreements for disadvantaged members of the public who have qualifying sales and use tax matters pending before the Board. Armand was also the Managing Editor for the Loyola Law School Entertainment Law Review and President of the Iranian Law Students Association.

In 2012 Armand graduated magna cum laude at the University of California, Los Angeles. As an undergraduate, he initiated an outreach program known as 9.9 providing food and clothing for individuals who had fallen on hard times.

Prior to entering law school, he worked as a composer in a recording studio, and in his spare time he enjoys playing musical instruments and committing to volunteer work in the community.

Professional Activities:

  • Iranian American Lawyer’s Association, Director
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association Member
  • John M. Langston Bar Association, Member
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Member