Prior to venturing into the field of Class Action Wage and Hour litigation, Eli worked at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. He sharpened his legal skills in high-stakes circumstances, assessing the (il)legality of officer-involved shootings in 2020, and later did work answering Habeas Corpus petitions in 2021.
As a litigator Eli believes that every client deserves his utmost effort, attention, and application of skill in order to resolve their actions as swiftly and efficiently as possible. Hard work and honesty are owed not only to clients, but to oneself, and Eli tenaciously and relentlessly pursues his client’s interests because he believes that is the kind of zealous advocacy which all people who seek dispute resolution from the legal system deserve.
- JD, UCLA Law
- BA, UCLA, Magna Cum Laude