Arie earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Political Science. He earned his Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law, where he was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Arie was selected by California Super Lawyers as a 2013 Rising Star.
Arie is a firm believer in the motto of the United States, E pluribus unum, which means “out of many, one.” This motto has come to represent what our nation is all about. Arie firmly believes that the United States is a melting pot, the place where all people of all backgrounds, colors and culture come together. Out of these multifaceted aspects of American society, each individual stands out to become part of the fabric that constitutes this great country.
Arie is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Arie’s immigration practice focuses on helping people pursue their goals of coming to and remaining in the United States lawfully, by overcoming legal challenges and procedural complexities of the U.S., visa, immigration, and citizenship systems.
Arie is also an advocate for the rights of both employers and employees. In today’s employment climate, California employers and employees alike face a number of legal obstacles. For individuals and businesses in California, understanding the laws surrounding employment is often not a high priority until there is a conflict. For those who are facing a dispute between employer and employee, retaining a law firm that specializes in the intricacies of California’s employment statutes is the best path to a timely resolution. Whether you are a California employee or employer, Arie understands the complexities of the law from both employer and employee perspectives and can provide advice and representation for your unique employment dispute.
Arie is an advocate for young people. He volunteers his time to assist in mock trial competitions. He was a mock trial judge at the American Mock Trial Association competition at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and at the Inaugural Paradise Invitational at Santa Barbara Courthouse. Arie also enjoys working with undocumented youth currently living in the United States. He is a vocal advocate of the DREAM Act. The DREAM Act is a bipartisan bill, which if passed, will create an opportunity for certain undocumented students to get onto a pat of legalization. Arie strongly believes that the DREAM Act will increase the prosperity of our nation because it will enable many individuals to join its workforce and full integrate into our society. Arie is a twenty-five year resident of Beverly Hills, California.Partner