Nancy L. Abrolat is the founder of Abrolat & Associates pc. Ms. Abrolat began her legal practice in 1990 in employment law at the prestigious law firm of Paul, Hastings LLP where she received invaluable training and experience.
During her legal career, Ms. Abrolat has represented both employers and employees in all aspects of employment law, including class actions, wrongful discharge, discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, whistle-blower claims and wage and hour violations. Ms. Abrolat is licensed to practice in front of all Courts in the State of California, as well as the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She also has developed a focus in jury trials and to that end, excelled in successfully completing the demanding Trial Advocacy Program sponsored by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.
Ms. Abrolat received her Juris Doctorate degree from the University of California at San Francisco, Hastings College of the Law in 1990, where she graduated magna cum laude. While there, based upon her academic achievement, she received an American Jurisprudence award, earned membership in the Order of the Coif and served as Associate Managing Editor of the Hastings Law Journal. Ms. Abrolat obtained her undergraduate degree from University of the Pacific, graduating in the top of her class.
Ms. Abrolat enjoys spending time with family and friends, and her hobbies include being in the great outdoors with activities like golf, snowboarding, hiking, ocean activities, traveling, and roller skating. Ms. Martirosyan is as an associate attorney at Abrolat Law pc. Her practice primarily focuses on employment litigation in wide variety of employment-related issues including harassment and discrimination based on sex, disability, and race/national origin, advocating on behalf of whistleblowers, and representing employees in wage and hour class actions.Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Martirosyan worked primarily on Plaintiff's side employment litigation matters and civil rights matters.
Ms. Martirosyan received her juris doctor degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. While in law school, she was actively involved in the Urban Morgan Human Rights Institute where she was able to participate and organize events and panels pertaining to international issues related to human rights violations, and served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Human Rights Quarterly. She also served as the Reprint Editor for the Immigration and Nationality Law Review, and as one of the Founding Leaders of the Intellectual Property and Computer Law Journal.
Ms. Martirosyan served as a human rights clerk in the Cassation Court of Armenia during her first summer in law school where she researched the implementation of the European Unions human rights policies and guidelines in Armenia. She continued her human rights and social justice advocacy as a second year summer clerk for Paul Hoffman in Venice, CA where she worked on civil rights and human rights actions in the United States.
Ms. Martirosyan completed her undergraduate education at the University of California, Los Angeles with a major in Global Studies and a minor in Armenian Studies. While at UCLA, Ms. Martirosyan received Vice Provost Award for her Senior Thesis, served as an Editor for the Aleph Undergraduate Journal, and as a sports writer for the Daily Bruin. She also founded a student ran newspaper called the Armenian Chronicles.
Ms. Martirosyan is currently a volunteer attorney for the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking where she advocates on behalf of victims of human trafficking.
Ms. Martirosyan enjoys a typical Southern California lifestyle filled with Lakers games, yoga sessions, and sushi outings.
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