Amar Chauhan studied Criminology, Law and Society at the University of California, Irvine where he was on the Dean’s List for Excellence in Academics. He received his Bachelor of Arts in the major with a minor in Business Management in 2003. Thereafter, he obtained his Juris Doctorate (J.D.) at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles in 2006. Mr. Chauhan has been practicing Workers’ Compensation Defense Law since that time, and has worked at our San Fernando Valley office since 2006.
While in college, Mr. Chauhan was a communications coordinator for The Center for Women and Men and acted as a campus liaison conducting workshops in gender equity, women’s issues, domestic abuse and equality. He served as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Social Ecology. He was also a Resident Advisor mediating student conflicts, enforcing policy, and providing guidance to underclassmen.
During Law School, he worked as a research assistant in Civil Procedure. He had a Judicial Externship in the Court of the Honorable J. Richard Wolfe. He also had a Legal Internship with Countrywide Financial in their Litigation and Bankruptcy Departments.