Gregory Grigorian is an Associate Attorney for the Law Offices of Samer Habbas & Associates. Growing up in Pasadena, California, Grigorian completed his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)—with a major in Philosophy and a minor in Global Studies. As an undergrad, he spent a summer studying abroad in Paris through his Global Studies program focusing on “Global Challenges in Postcolonial France”. After graduating from UCLA, Grigorian was accepted to Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law, and granted a Merit Scholarship for his academic achievements. During his time at Chapman, he immersed himself in a variety of different clubs and organizations. Grigorian became a board member of the university’s Mock Trial team, a member of the Public Interest Law Foundation, and a 2L class representative for the Student Bar Association. He also was the founder and president of Chapman’s Employment Law Society.
Grigorian joined the Law Offices of Samer Habbas & Associates as a Law Clerk. While in that role, he contributed his time to drafting motions, pleadings, propounding discovery, and helping attorneys prepare for depositions. Always with the client’s best interest in mind, Grigorian uses his strong communication and argumentation skills to efficiently handle both the defendant’s liability and the client’s needs. Due to his exceptional work ethic and devotion to justice, Grigorian was promoted from within the firm as an Associate Attorney, once he became a licensed attorney in the state of California.
Growing up, Grigorian observed his mother, a devoted government employee, help people who found themselves at a disadvantage. He wanted to make the same positive impact in other people’s lives just as his mother does, so he decided to pursue a career in law. It wasn’t until his first year of law school— when he was involved in a major car accident after another driver ran a red light and had to open an auto accident claim—he experienced firsthand our clients’ point of view. Grigorian decided then and there he wanted to specialize in personal injury law.