Kiana Khajeh

Kiana Khajeh: Attorney with Adelson, Testan, Brundo Novell & Jimenez


Kiana Khajeh earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University, Long Beach in 2007. In 2012, she earned her Juris Doctor from Trinity Law School, where she was a board member of the Trinity Law Review. While at Trinity, Ms. Khajeh was the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award of academic excellence in Criminal Law, Evidence, Torts, Legal Research and Writing, and Wills, Trusts and Estates.

Prior to joining Brundo, Testan, Novell & Jimenez, Ms. Khajeh was employed by a prominent workers’ compensation defense firm and handled all aspects of worker’s compensation litigation on behalf of carriers, self-insured employers and third-party administrators. Kiana also worked as an applicant’s attorney for an aggressive workers’ compensation firm where she represented injured workers and appeared before Workers’ Compensation Appeals Boards throughout California.

Ms. Khajeh is admitted to the United States District Courts for the Central, Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of California.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
(562) 951-9334  Phone
(562) 951-3936  Fax
University Attended:
California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, CA, B.A., Psychology, 2007
Law School Attended:
Trinity Law School, Santa Ana, CA, J.D., 2012
Year of First Admission:
2012, California

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