Patrick Baghdaserians, a Pasadena-based family law attorney, will guest speak at a Southwestern Law School event that will be held on February 11, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. Mr. Baghdaserians has been invited to speak at the Armenian Bar Association and Southwestern Law School joint event that is intended to educate, inform and empower the future generation of Armenian attorneys.
The event will consist of brief presentations by 15 attorneys from various fields of legal practice including, but not limited to judges, federal prosecutors, criminal defense, government, corporate and in-house counsel, entertainment, civil and public interest litigators. Following the presentations students will have the opportunity to individually interact with the speakers and members in attendance.
"We are honored that Southwestern Law School has asked Patrick to be a guest speaker at this event. I believe it shows that Patrick is recognized within our community as being a very good family law attorney and the university knows that he will impart valuable information to students interested in practicing family law," said Donald P. Schweitzer in relation to Mr. Baghdaserians' invitation to speak at the event.
Mr. Baghdaserians is an associate attorney at the Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University with a BA in Political Science, in 2004, Mr. Baghdaserians entered Southwestern University School of Law.
Mr. Baghdaserians handles cases involving all the various issues associated with Family Law; including support, retrieving hidden assets, characterization and division of property and post-judgment modifications.
In addition, he has worked on Custody and Support cases involving inter jurisdictional matters with high income earners in the entertainment and business industries. In this capacity, he has represented clients on both sides of the matter. Most recently he has been given the position of a LA Superior Court Court-Appointed Referee. Mr. Baghdaserians is tenacious in the representation of his clients, both in the courtroom and at the negotiating table.