Byron J. Abron (B.J.) is a Civil Trial Attorney with experience in general tort liability, catastrophic personal injury, premises liability, warranty of habitability and wrongful death. He has appeared on various media networks as a cohost, and special guest for legal news telecast, and radio commentary.
B.J. began his legal career working for a highly regarded civil defense trial firm where he represented both large and small corporations in a multitude of areas. After he worked as defense trial attorney, B.J. decided it was a time to pursue his passion representing injured individuals. B.J. has since recovered millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. The trial skills B.J. has developed throughout his career make him an invaluable part of the AlderLaw team.
B.J. attended California State University of Long Beach where he received his under graduate degree in Sociology and Marketing. B.J. received his JD from Southwestern Law School. While at law school B.J. was a member of the prestigious Trial Advocacy Honors Program. B.J. competed in multiple national trial competitions, where he received numerous accolades and mentions including Senior Advocate of the Year. As a law student B.J. also worked as a Legal Intern in Black Entertainment Television Networks (BET) Business and Legal Affairs department, and also served as a Law Clerk for the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office.
B.J. has received numerous recognitions for his work as a trial attorney, including American Academy of Attorney’s Top 40 Under 40 in the state of California. When not advocating for his clients, B.J. is a coach for Southwestern Law School’s Trial Advocacy Honors Program. B.J. enjoys participating in sports activities and loves socializing and meeting new people. Above all, he derives a considerable satisfaction from giving back to the community, and spending time with friends and family.
Southwestern Law School, Juris Doctor, Dec. 2014
California State University of Long Beach, B.A. Sociology/Marketing, Dec. 2007