Leonard H. Sansanowicz
Leonard H. Sansanowicz is an associate with The Pearl Law Firm. He focuses on wage and hour litigation, class actions, and unfair competition. Mr. Sansanowicz earned his law degree at Loyola Law School, where he served as a Senior Articles Editor of the Loyola Law Review of Los Angeles, was a member of the nationally ranked Byrne Trial Advocacy competition team, and served as a board member of the Jewish Students Law Association, La Raza, and the Public Interest Law Foundation. He also co founded the largest student chapter of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, for which he won the CAALA Member of the Month award, becoming the first law student so honored. He participated for three years in the ABA award winning Young Lawyers Program, teaching at risk high school students trial advocacy, as well as the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, helping low income families prepare tax returns, the General Relief Advocacy Project, helping low income individuals receive public assistance, the Eastside Housing clinic, helping tenants in dispute with their landlords, and the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles Employment Unit, including the "Know Your Rights" campaign, receiving the Dean's Service Award for his community involvement. He also served as an extern at the U.S. Attorney's Office, successfully prosecuting a misdemeanor case, and the District Attorney's Office, handling numerous preliminary hearings and sitting second chair in felony and misdemeanor trials.
Mr. Sansanowicz is a member of the American Bar Association, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, and the California Employment Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice in the state of California and the United States District Court, Central District of California.
Mr. Sansanowicz is fluent in Spanish.