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Brian Park, Esq.

Brian D. Park is a Senior Associate at LS Carlson Law. He has spent his entire career as a litigator and trial attorney representing clients in a variety of legal areas including business disputes, contractual disputes, construction defect, premises liability, personal injury, professional liability, product defect, tax controversy, labor & employment disputes, class action, real estate disputes, and transactional support. He has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation, including pleadings, discovery, mediation, settlement negotiation, arbitration, law and motion, trial, and appeals.

Brian has spent his entire career litigating throughout California and has had cases in both state and federal court from Northern California to Southern California. He has successfully represented clients as both plaintiffs and defendants and has obtained favorable outcomes for hundreds of corporate and individual clients.

Brian obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology from University of California, Santa Cruz, and his law degree from Whittier Law School, where he graduated Cum Laude, and was the Executive Editor of Whittier Law Review, where his Case Note was published in Vol. 26:4 of the Whittier Law Review Journal, and was a member of the Moot Court Honors Board, where he authored the Bench Brief for the Juvenile Trial Competition. He was also a Judicial Intern for the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three in the Honorable Justice William F. Rylaarsdam’s Chamber. Through his exposure to the appellate process and Moot Court Honor’s Board, Brian’s interest in trial work began, namely, the representation of individuals against corporate defendants. Brian concluded his law school career on the Dean’s List and graduated with Cum Laude distinction. He further pursued an LLM in Tax Law from Loyola Law School. Brian lives in Orange County with his wife and two kids. With what little free time he has, Brian enjoys the camping, hiking, and occasional training in Brazilian Jujitsu and Shotokan Karate.