Mr. Khojayan earned his J.D., with Distinction, from the University of the Pacific. As a trial lawyer from 1998-2002 for the Federal Defenders of San Diego, he conducted numerous federal felony trials with most resulting in not guilty verdicts. He has also authored and argued appeals before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals gaining reversals in several cases. After working as a trial lawyer with the Federal Defenders, Mr. Khojayan joined the nationally known plaintiff’s class-action law firm of Milberg, Weiss, Bershad, Hynes & Lerach LLP where he litigated securities class action lawsuits. Within Milberg Weiss, Mr. Khojayan was part of a select group of lawyers that handled complex, shareholder lawsuits involving mergers and acquisitions, in addition to his securities class action case load. In 2004, Mr. Khojayan opened his own practice in Los Angeles, California, where he defends clients against complex criminal accusations and litigates complex civil lawsuits. Mr. Khojayan is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the California Lawyers Association. Mr. Khojayan is also the creator of the JurySelectionPro to help attorneys select the right juries for their cases. The JurySelectionPro is a direct result of his trial experience and the methods he has used to consistently and effectively select the best juries for his cases.