Victor Chavez works in the business litigation division of Arendsen Cane Molnar LLP. He currently works as a law clerk pending his acceptance into the California Bar.
Mr. Chavez attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles where he was a recipient of a merit-based scholarship. He served on the executive board of the Loyola of Los Angles Law Review as Chief Note Comment Editor and was a member of Loyola Law’s HNBA Moot Court Team where he and his team placed as semi-finalists and were awarded overall Best Brief.
Always intending to be a litigator, Mr. Chavez focused his law school studies on civil litigation and supplemented his legal studies by working at numerous litigation firms including one of California’s top ranked appellate law firms. Mr. Chavez served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Teresa Sanchez-Gordon (Ret.) in one of the nation’s busiest courthouses, Stanley Mosk, where he prepared recommended rulings and advised during settlement conferences.
Although a native of San Diego, Mr. Chavez received his undergraduate degree from UCLA where he was an editor of the school’s undergraduate psychology journal.
Mr. Chavez enjoys following the latest trends in technology, visiting National Parks, and guessing why the Chargers followed him from San Diego to Los Angeles.