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Pavel Sterin is the founder of The Law Offices of Pavel Sterin, P.C. and prides himself on helping those who have been injured as a result of another’s negligence. From humble beginnings, the son of immigrant parents, Mr. Sterin learned to appreciate the value of hard work. Later on, his entrepreneurial spirit led him to open a variety of successful businesses including a tutoring center, medical collections company, and an online marketplace. Mr. Sterin believes in providing clients with exceptional customer service and in making sure each client feels truly valued. Mr. Sterin makes sure to personally answer every question or concern clients may face from the start of intake to the end of trial.
Mr. Sterin graduated cum laude in Literature/Writing and Political Science from the University of California, San Diego in 2011. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, he was accepted on scholarship to the University of West Los Angeles, School of Law. During his law school career, he received three Witkin’s Awards, an award given to the student who achieves the highest grade in the class, in Evidence, Trial Advocacy, and Legal Writing.
Mr. Sterin gained valuable experience and sharpened his litigation skills while working with attorneys practicing civil litigation, personal injury, elder abuse, and criminal law. He was admitted to the State Bar of California in December of 2017 along with the U.S. District Court in the Central District of California and the Ninth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals. In his first year of solo practice Mr. Sterin recovered over one million dollars for his clients. With a strong background in legal writing and civil litigation, he is committed to providing equal, aggressive, committed, and effective representation to all of his clients.
During his free time Mr. Sterin enjoys watching and playing basketball, trying out new restaurants, and buying and selling real estate.
Practice Area
Family Law
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