Ava Freund

Ava was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. Ava earned her undergraduate degree in political science from the George Washington University. After college, Ava worked as a campaign consultant for AARP. She developed a passion for advocacy- which translated to her seeking out a law degree. Ava earned her J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, graduating in the top 25% of the class. Ava earned top grades in California Civil Procedure, Marital Property, Constitutional Law, Criminal Procedure and Fashion Law. While in law school, Ava served on the executive board of the International & Comparative Law Review and honed her research and writing techniques as a judicial extern with the Honorable Chief Judge Sheri Bluebond of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. Ava was a research assistant to Professor Jessica Levinson in her third year, helping Professor Levinson research and write articles on campaign finance laws. Ava specializes in employment law, including sexual harassment in the workplace, discrimination, wrongful termination and wage and hour violations. Ava believes in going above and beyond for her clients and in smart advocacy. She takes a holistic approach to all client interaction and understands that the needs of each client are different.