A Los Angeles-native, Ms. Berjis received her Bachelor of Arts in History from California State University in Long Beach, and subsequently earned her Juris Doctorate from Trinity Law School. As a law student, Ms. Berjis received the Academic Achievement Award (i.e., the highest grade in her class) in an impressive six courses, which included Civil Procedure II, Remedies, Evidence, Legal Research & Writing II, Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure. In addition to her academic successes as a law student, Ms. Berjis also was a member of the Trial Advocacy Team.
Prior to founding the Law Office of Malosack Berjis, Ms. Berjis had the privilege of working as a law clerk, at the largest trial court in the United States, for more than eight years. Such experience has provided her with extensive and priceless knowledge in the field of civil litigation, which includes—but, is not limited to—the areas of personal injury, civil rights and wrongful death.
Ms. Berjis, also, spent one summer as an extern for a Los Angeles County Superior Court (Civil) Judge, followed by two (2) summers externing as a law clerk at the Office of the Los Angeles County Public Defender, followed by several months as an intern for the Supervising Judge of the Los Angeles County Criminal Courts.
Due to her extensive experience, Ms. Berjis brings unmatchable insight to each of her client’s cases and confidently knows exactly what it takes to get the job done, correctly and successfully the first time.