Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) December 24, 2006 -- LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles based law firm California Attorney Group announced today Bob B. Khakshooy, has been elected a Senior Partner in the firm, which recently expanded into new offices in Beverly Hills. Mr. Khakshooy is admitted to practice law in all the courts of the State of California. He holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Whittier Law School where he was a scholarship student, on the Dean's List, and on the Honor's List. While attending law school and working, Mr. Khakshooy was involved in various school and external activities. He was a member of On Common Ground, where he helped the organization promote the existence of diversity within the school and the surrounding neighborhood in Orange County by holding a Diversity Week. More importantly, he served as the Lieutenant Governor of Diversity (1999-2000) and Lt. Governor of the Evening Section (2000-1) for the American Bar Association (ABA) Law School Division of 9th Circuit.
"We are very proud to introduce Bob B. Khakshooy as senior partner at California Attorney Group," said firm spokesperson, Michael E. Williams. "Representing nine practice areas, Mr. Khakshooy reflects the firm's commitment to legal excellence, commitment to Los Angeles area clients and diversity, and his election will broaden our abilities to provide our clients with unparalleled legal service throughout LA and all of Southern California. We congratulate Bob on his elevation to senior partner status, and look forward to his future success on behalf of California Attorney Group clients."
In related news, California Attorney Group announced their expansion to a larger headquarters office in Beverly Hills, California, meeting the demands of a growing client base and a bigger staff. The firm's revenues grew 85% in the past 12 months with the addition of several new partners will concentrating in serious personal injury and employment law matters. The new offices are located at 9454 Wilshire Blvd, 6th Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 and the main switchboard telephone number remains (310) 278-6666.