Attorney at Law
ExperienceAutomotive law, Consumer Class Actions, Car Defects, Auto Dealer Fraud
Core SkillsLitigation, trials, depositions
EducationJA - AUA, LLM - USC School of Law
Shushanik Margarian is a graduate of the USC Gould School of Law. Prior to attending USC Gould, she earned her undergraduate degrees in law from both the Université Jean Moulin Lyon III, France, and the French University in Armenia. In addition, Shushanik holds a master’s degree in law from the American University of Armenia. Shushanik participate
In the early years of her profession, Shushanik handled complex banking transactional law, spanning from local inter-banking acquisitions to larger international transactions.
Currently, Shushanik handles primarily consumer class action litigation, consumer protection litigation involving defective automobiles (CA Lemon Law), and consumer fraud litigation involving deceptive practices by automobile dealerships (Auto Dealer Fraud). She is a vigorous advocate for consumer rights with a proven track record of cases. Her attention to detail and individualized care for her clients resonate through her cases.
Winning skillfully, courteously and relentlessly is her motto. If you wish to reach Shushanik Margarian to discuss your potential case you may contact her directly below.
Education & Work Experience
December 2017 – Present
Consumer Protection Lawyer in Los Angeles for Lemon Law, Auto Dealer Fraud & Consumer Class Actions
2016 – 2017
LLM at the University of Southern California