Vache Muradian is an Associate Attorney at Slater Slater Schulman and a driven advocate for survivors of sexual abuse. With a retribution-minded perspective and approach to achieving justice for his clients, Vache frequently represents cases pertaining to child and adult sexual assault.
Establishing trust is imperative to Vache when forging relationships with survivors. First and foremost, Vache ensures his clients feel their voices are heard and valued. Vache provides transparent representation through detail-focused questions by establishing clear and attainable legal goals. He maintains responsive and respectful communication with his clients throughout the entire process to ensure they stay informed every step towards attaining justice.
In addition to his practice, Vache is a proud and active member of the American Inns of Court. Invited as a law student, Vache frequently hosts and attends monthly meetings with panel presentations on various topics related to the law and provides mentorship opportunities to students and newer attorneys from more experienced attorneys and judges. Valuing his experience with the Americans Inns of Court, Vache continued his membership as a licensed attorney after graduation to give back to others who had generously given to him.
Vache has always demonstrated a passion for law and helping others. While attending law school, Vache served on the Law Review Executive Board as Notes & Comments Editor, helping students research and write articles for publication. He was also asked to join the law school’s Moot Court Honors Program as an oralist, attending and competing in the American Bar Association’s National Moot Court Competition in February 2020 in Brooklyn, New York.
Prior to the firm, Vache worked at Edmund D. Edelman’s Children’s Court for six years as a full-time dependency paralegal for Los Angeles County Counsel while attending evening law school. He frequently represented the Department of Children and Family Services in matters of child abuse and child neglect, investigating and obtaining records to substantiate allegations against abusive parents or caretakers. This experience fueled Vache’s drive for continuing to advocate for child welfare issues and dedicating his career to representing survivors of child sexual abuse.
Vache’s most notable case to date involved a child abduction case during his time at LA County Counsel. The case involved an extremely violent mother who abducted two of her at-risk children and fled to Mexico. Vache was a vital part in interviewing numerous family members to determine the children’s whereabouts, ultimately resulting in their safe return. In addition to his work with child and adult sexual assault cases, Vache has experience in both civil and employment litigation involving catastrophic injury, wrongful death, product liability, wrongful termination, discrimination, and other general liability matters.
Vache graduated with his B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), prior to graduating magna cum laude with his J.D. from Southwestern Law School ranking within the top 5% of his class as an evening student while working full-time. Vache is admitted to the State Bar of California and the U.S. District Court Central District of California. He joined the Slater Slater Schulman team in April 2022 fully committed and in line with the firm’s passion for child welfare advocation and child safety issues.
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