Jacqueline Weintraub is a personal injury attorney who began her career as a lawyer at Ardalan & Associates, PLC.

After graduating Cum Laude from the University of California San Diego, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in performance arts, Jacqueline turned her interests towards the law. In 2010, Jacqueline attended Loyola Law School where she excelled academically, obtaining the highest honors in classes such as Torts, Remedies, and Medical Malpractice. As a result of her outstanding academic achievement, Jacqueline gained membership to the prestigious Saint Thomas Moore Honors Society and was placed on the Dean’s Honors list. Jacqueline was also a member of the nationally renowned Byrne Trial Advocacy Team at Loyola Law School, where she competed against other top law schools in mock trial competitions, honing her trial skills for her future as a litigator. In 2013, Jacqueline earned her Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where she graduated Cum Laude and Order of the Coif, finishing in the top 10% of her class.

Prior to joining Ardalan & Associates, PLC, Jacqueline clerked for the Honorable Gregory Alarcon of the Los Angeles Superior Court, where she was tasked with numerous complicated and detailed research and writing projects, including drafting tentative rulings for cases ranging from real estate foreclosures to injunctive relief to personal injury disputes. Jacqueline’s intensive work in legal research and writing continued during her time at Brown, White & Newhouse, where she was a law clerk assisting with complex litigation matters.

Jacqueline joined Ardalan & Associates, PLC in 2013, just prior to receiving her Bar results. Within one year of graduating law school, she had already assisted on three trials, one of which was ranked by LA Times as a top 30 verdict in Southern California for 2013. Jacqueline is dedicated to working closely with clients to provide diligent representation, helping them through the difficult process of successfully resolving their cases and rebuilding their lives.