Arsiné Grigoryan, Esq. is an Associate Attorney at Wilshire Law Firm specializing in employment law, class action litigation, and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) claims. A passionate advocate for justice, Arsiné practices open communication with her clients to best pursue justice on their behalf. Over more than five years, Arsiné has consistently secured seven-figure settlements in a variety of industries on behalf of her clients.
Arsiné has an expansive and varied legal career working both in California and internationally to pursue justice. She gives everything that she can to all aspects of litigation, from oral advocacy in court to motion writing and finding creative solutions to otherwise unfavorable law. She is a founding member of a non-profit organization focusing on international law and human rights. She has fought for justice on behalf of victims of war crimes for the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Here, she also presented before many offices of special rapporteurs at the U.N. and currently trains law students abroad on how to gather testimonial evidence. Her work has been instrumental in teaching effective legal methodology across the globe so that represented clients get the justice that they deserve. Additionally, Arsiné also focuses on matters related to cultural heritage and art, particularly with respect to war-torn countries where a nation’s cultural heritage is at stake.
In addition to her impressive legal resume, Arsiné also has a significant educational background in law and more. She has studied abroad in England at both the prestigious King’s College, University of Cambridge and the University of London. Arsiné earned her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School, where she earned the CALI Award, an award given to the student with the highest grade that recognizes excellence in achievement by law students in their studies. She served as a student editor for the Journal of International Media and Entertainment Law and has been published for her unique research where she created an eight-factor balancing test to aid international courts and tribunals in determining when a particular act of sexual violence crosses the line into genocide. Arsiné Grigoryan, Severing the Next Generation: Sexual Violence in Genocide 3 U.K. L. Student Rev. 41 (2015).
Arsiné is admitted to practice before all California State Courts and the Federal District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Eastern Districts of California. She is also a fellow for the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and serves on the Board of Governors as the Communications Chair for the Trial Advocacy Honors Program at Southwestern Law School. Arsiné is an esteemed member of the California Employment Lawyers Association (CELA) and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA).