Vazken Kazandjian is an Associate Attorney with Peskind Law Firm. He is a 2007 graduate of Michigan State University College of Law, was admitted to the Illinois Bar in November 2007 and the California Bar in June 2008. He has a B.Com. from the Ryerson University School of Business Management in Toronto, Ontario.
Vazken has published, "Take some Time out of Your Day" - Peskind Family Law Insights, March 2011, the article "Keeping up with the Times: Electronic Evidence Today" - Kane County Bar Briefs, June 2009 and "Everything you wanted to know about offers and proof but were afraid to ask" - Kane County Bar Briefs, October 2009.
Vazken has lectured as a speaker at "Case Law Updates" - Kane County Bar Association Spring Family Law seminar, 2011, " Marriage less Divorce - Unwed Parent issues" - Kane County Bar Association Delivery of Legal Services Committee, 2009 and "Keeping up with the Times: Electronic Evidence" - Kane County Bar Association seminar, 2009. Vazken also was moderator at: Common Challenges Faced by New Lawyers - Kane County Bar Association, A Primer on Legal Topics Faced by General Practitioners and Beginning Lawyers Alike, February 2010.
Vazken has advanced education at Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute presented by the American Bar Association in Denver, Colorado in a week-long intensive program sponsored by the University of Denver law school, obtaining advanced training in divorce/family law trial advocacy and litigation techniques. He was a participant of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Institute for Family Law Associates in June 2009. A participant of Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute presented by the American Bar Association, and participated at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) in Boulder, Colorado; A weeklong intensive program focused on obtaining advanced training in divorce/family law trial advocacy and litigation techniques in May 2011.