Pejman Javaheri

Pejman Javaheri

Pejman Javaheri ThruLaw Bio

Pejman "P.J." Javaheri is an entrepreneur and active member of the California Bar. After graduating cum laude from the University of California at Irvine, with dual B.A. degrees in Political Science (with honors) and Psychology, Javaheri attended the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. At Hastings, Javaheri was a member of the Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal. He also co-founded and served as the inaugural Executive Managing Editor of the Hastings Business Law Journal, which was one of the first legal journals to explore the dynamic interplay between law and business. A decade later, the Hastings Business Law Journal is still the most popular legal journal at the school.

After receiving his J.D. from Hastings in 2005, Javaheri joined Winston & Strawn, LLP, a world-class international law firm where he sharpened his skills as a corporate and finance attorney. In 2009, he launched Juris Law Group, a boutique transactional law firm founded on the principles of efficiency and streamlined overhead (www.JurisLawGroup.com). With the success of this model, Javaheri later founded ThruLaw, P.C., a personal injury law firm in Century City (www.ThruLaw.com) and California Disability Rights Center, a social security, disability and special education law firm in Century City and San Francisco (www.CaliforniaDisabilityRights.org). In recognition of his skills and dedication to his vocation, Javaheri has been named to the California Super Lawyers Rising Stars list 2012 through 2014.

For nearly a decade, Javaheri has helped take ideas from sticky notes and whiteboards to fully developed, robust companies that serve specialized communities or vast populations. In addition to continuing to manage the law firms he founded, Javaheri also holds several executive level positions, such as General Counsel for a large food company, COO for a venture capitalist firm, Managing Director for hospitality venues, and founder of Power Liens (www.PowerLiens.com).

Javaheri is most proud of two things thus far in his career: helping children with special education needs through his work at the California Disability Rights Center and striving to help his profession better serve clients' needs by founding Power Liens. Javaheri explains the significance of his work at Power Liens (www.powerliens.com).

Javaheri is equally devoted to his wonderful and supportive family. He has been married to his lovely wife Jasmin for 6 years and they have two young boys, Elan and Liam (ages 1 and 3). Javaheri believes strongly in the importance of family and developing strong ties to the community and is an active member of Wilshire Boulevard Temple.