J.D., Western State College of Law
B.A., California State University, Fresno
A.A., Orange Coast College
Bryan R. Kazarian is an adjunct professor at Trinity Law School. He also specializes in criminal and personal injury law. His practices are predominately in the Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties. Professor Kazarian obtained his undergraduate degree from California State University, Fresno while participating in the University’s football program on an athletic scholarship. Professor Kazarian then attended Western State University College of Law in Fullerton California and earned various honors such as American Jurisprudence Awards, Cum Laude, and Dean’s List and served on the Law School’s newspaper as a Law Review honors recipient before graduating in 1990. Professor Kazarian spent over six years as a prosecutor beginning with the Juvenile Division and ending up in the elite Gang Unit assigned to a specialized gang enforcement team. During his time as a prosecutor, Professor Kazarian spoke at high schools, community colleges and served on a city’s School Attendance Review Board for monitoring the attendance of students in local elementary and high schools.
As a prosecutor, Professor Kazarian handled high-profile cases such as white collar embezzlement, attempted murder, elder abuse/poisoning, child molestation, jewelry store takeover robbery, various forms of hate crimes and of course gang crimes. As a Criminal Defense Attorney, Professor Kazarian has defended clients facing a variety of criminal statute violations such as burglary, grand theft, vandalism, vehicle theft, automotive “Chop Shop” crimes, DUI, driver’s license crimes, drug possession/sales amongst others. From these forums, Professor Kazarian has acquired a wealth of experience as a criminal attorney.
In addition, Professor Kazarian has spearheaded the creation and administration of the Trinity Law School/Orange County Rescue Mission’s partnership for the pro bono Legal Clinic and Mobile Legal Clinic and currently serves as the lead professor for the Trinity Mobile Legal Clinic.