Daniel Selarz specializes in personal injury litigation, with a focus on motor vehicle negligence and premises liability. Mr. Selarz received his B.A. in Business Economics from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2009 and continued on to receive his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School in 2012, where he earned Dean’s List honors each year. While in law school, Mr. Selarz served as a staff member of the Southwestern Law Review and competed on behalf of the school’s Trial Advocacy Honors Program, where his team was a finalist in the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Competition. He is currently an Adjunct Law Professor at Southwestern Law School, where he teaches Civil Pretrial Practice.

Mr. Selarz worked as a law clerk for Veatch Carlson throughout his final year of law school and, upon being admitted to the California Bar, began working as an associate in the firm’s Law and Motion Department in 2012. Prior to joining Veatch Carlson, Mr. Selarz externed for the Honorable Otis D. Wright II of the United States District Court, Central District of California and for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Complex Litigation Department. Mr. Selarz is admitted to practice before all the California Courts and the United States District Court, Central District of California.

Areas of Practice

  • 100% Personal Injury

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2012


  • Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, California
    • Juris Doctor – 2012
    • Honors: Dean’s Merit Award
    • Honors: Trial Advocacy
    • Law Review: Southwestern Law Review, Staff Member, 2011 – 2012
  • University of California, Santa Barbara, California
    • B.A., Bachelor of Arts – 2009
    • Honors: Dean’s Merit Award
    • Honors: National Honor Society
    • Major: Business Economics
Practice Area
Personal Injury
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