Breanna Khorrami Martinez is an Associate Attorney at Ardalan & Associates with a focus on catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death litigation. Since being admitted to practice, Breanna has successfully litigated numerous complex cases spanning multiple areas of the law, including personal injury, employment, sexual abuse, civil rights, and medical malpractice.

Breanna has a long history of advocacy, dating back to her time as an undergraduate student at UCLA, where she served as a staff editor for a prominent on-campus magazine and was actively involved in various campus organizations. Breanna interned with The Feminist Majority Foundation, focusing extensively on the National Clinic Access Project to combat anti-abortion violence nationwide. Her dedication to zealous advocacy also ultimately extended to impactful positions with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Neighborhood Legal Services, and AIDS Project Los Angeles.

Prior to pursuing her career in law, Breanna founded and managed a successful tutoring business tailored to high school and college students with learning and developmental disabilities. Her entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to education continued as she balanced her evening classes at Loyola Law School with daytime positions at nonprofit organizations and a prominent plaintiffs’ personal injury firm. While a student at Loyola Law School, Breanna held leadership roles as Vice President of both the Consumer Law Society and the law school’s ACLU chapter, in addition to contributing as a staff member of the International and Comparative Law Review.

Breanna brings a unique blend of legal expertise, compassionate advocacy, and a deep-seated commitment to justice to her practice at Ardalan & Associates.