Pedram Mansouri is the founding partner of Mansouri Law Offices. His practice is focused on all aspects of family law, and he is an experienced trial attorney and has successfully represented clients from all walks of life.
Mr. Mansouri has represented clients in nearly every type of family law matter including complex divorces, highly contested custody disputes, contentious move-away proceedings, contempt actions, and restraining order/civil harassment proceedings. He is also an experienced trial attorney, having taken hundreds of divorce, custody and paternity cases to trial.
AFFILIATIONS AND EDUCATION
Mr. Mansouri is an active member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the State Bar of California.
Mr. Mansouri attended University of California at Los Angeles where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree graduating in 1998. Mr. Mansouri then attended University of Southern California Law School where he obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 2001.
While attending USC, Mr. Mansouri was associate editor of the Interdisciplinary Law Journal and participated in the USC Post-Conviction Justice Project, an innovative and unique clinical program that gave law students the opportunity to represent incarcerated women who were imprisoned for killing their abusers.
In 2001, Mr. Mansouri represented and secured the release of Rose Ann Parker from the California Institute for Women (CIW) in Chino, California, the first time that former Governor Gray Davis granted parole to a state inmate serving a life sentence for murder. In April 2008, Mr. Mansouri was featured in a Women’s Entertainment Network (WE) program entitled “Women Behind Bars” for his efforts in representing and securing the release of Ms. Parker.
Prior to opening Mansouri Law Offices, Mr. Mansouri was an associate attorney at a national litigation firm in downtown Los Angeles.