Megan Mangassarian is an associate with The Carrillo Law Firm, where she brings a diverse legal background and broad experiences in civil litigation, family law, and employment law. Since joining The Carrillo Law Firm, Ms. Mangassarian’s practice has been focused on representing victims of childhood sexual abuse, molestation and wrongful death matters. Ms. Mangassarian’s most recent child sexual abuse case that she worked on resulted in a favorable multimillion dollar verdict.
Megan Mangassarian also has wide-ranging experience in both employment and family law. She has experience in whistleblower cases as well as wrongful termination matters due to race, gender, age, and disability discrimination. She has successfully represented clients in contested family law matters involving divorce, custody, visitation, spousal and child support, and restraining orders.
In addition to practicing law, Ms. Mangassarian is a Professor at California State University Northridge. She teaches several courses in the Criminology and Justice Studies Department, including Victimology, Ethics in Criminal Justice, Introduction to Law and Legal Analysis, and Gender and Crime.
Before obtaining her Juris Doctorate, Ms. Mangassarian was a clerk with the San Diego City Attorney’s Office and the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. She assisted in the prosecution of numerous misdemeanors and felonies in the General Trial Unit and the Sex Crimes Division.
California State University, Northridge (2012)
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Criminal Justice
National Society of Leadership and Success
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
California Western School of Law, Juris Doctor (2016)
Public Service Honors Society
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
Student Bar Association, Chair of the Board
Community Involvement and Memberships
Member, California State Bar
Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section
Member, American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
Member, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
Volunteer, Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law
Volunteer, College View dance classes for special needs students