Aaron Setareh earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School after graduating with Summa Cum Laude honors from UCLA with a Bachelor's degree. Combining a passion for history with legal expertise, Aaron has become a dedicated attorney with a unique perspective.
With a concentration in Civil Litigation and Advocacy at Loyola Law School, Aaron received accolades for excellence, including the prestigious Cali award. With a career spanning boutique and mid-sized law firms, Aaron has always prioritized personalized client care, recognizing the uniqueness of each case.
An ABOTA (American Board of Trial Advocates) Fellowship Program alum, Aaron gained diverse experiences, from shadowing defense attorneys to working with plaintiff's side catastrophic injury firms and serving as a fellow for a Superior Court Judge. This comprehensive background includes active involvement in depositions, mediations, and settlement conferences.
Beyond the legal world, Aaron is not only a true auto aficionado but also a fitness enthusiast. He maintains an active lifestyle, regularly hitting the gym to stay in top shape and embarking on weekend cycling adventures. When he's not advocating for clients or appreciating the intricacies of automobiles, he's dedicated to maintaining his physical well-being.
Since 2022, Aaron has been a proud member of CAALA (Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles), collaborating with like-minded colleagues dedicated to protecting consumers' rights.
Aaron Setareh is excited to bring historical insights, unwavering advocacy, and client-focused service to the Morgan and Morgan team. As a personal injury attorney, he is committed to protecting clients' rights and helping them navigate the challenges of auto-related personal injury cases. Whether in the courtroom, on a cycling path, or at the gym, Aaron looks forward to the opportunities and takes them head-on.
- Loyola Law School
Awards and Recognitions
- Cali Award in Fundamentals of Solo Litigation (Highest grade in the class)
- Honors in Civil Litigation and Advocacy Concentration
- Summa Cum Laude College Honors