Jason B. Friedman specializes in the areas of housing and habitability law. Mr. Friedman earned a J.D. from Loyola Law School where he was a recipient of the school’s First Honors Award. He began his legal career working as an Immigration attorney for Catholic Charities. Prior to matriculating to law school, Mr. Friedman played professional baseball in the Boston Red Sox, Baltimore Orioles and Seattle Mariners organizations. During his professional baseball career he attended U.C. Riverside in the off season. Upon concluding his baseball career, Mr. Friedman completed his undergraduate education at California State University, Long Beach. Thereafter, Mr. Friedman worked as a teacher at Hawthorne Middle School while attending Loyola Law School.
Mr. Friedman is licensed to practice in California, Nevada, New York and Massachusetts. He resides in Southern California with his wife and two kids.